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alexplus_de

Windows-Glyph Browser for special characters rendering

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Hey guys,

with a shortcut Windows+[dot-key] will open the native emoji and glpyh browser of Microsoft Windows 10.

While pasting, the text will be inserted into a weird rendered white preview box. It will show (or not show) emojis and characters in a different way than they will be rendered.

This screenshot shows the three states. First the text field, second the input with the glpyh table of Microsoft Windows 10 on the right and third the result within affinity.

I'd expect to see the result live without the second state.

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Hi Alexplus_de,

This appears to be a redraw issue, please could you go into the apps preferences and under performance try lowering the view quality to see if that prevents the problem.

Thanks

C

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I'm not sure what might be causing this It has been logged with our developers to be looked into further I will let you know once I have an update.

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