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In FM 2017, the Table Variables erroneously shift the cursor position in the table title text

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Nov 19, 2017

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The table variables are buggy, depending on the zoom, i.e. the table continuation:

Zoom: 100 % (Cursor at the end of the table title text, placed directly after the table continuation variable)

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Zoom: 80% (Cursor at the start of the table title text)

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Zoom: 80% (Cursor at the end of the table title text)

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Without the table continuation variable, the cursor is at the intended place - whatever the zoom may be.

Is this bug in the English FM version, too?

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In FM 2017, the Table Variables erroneously shift the cursor position in the table title text

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The table variables are buggy, depending on the zoom, i.e. the table continuation:

Zoom: 100 % (Cursor at the end of the table title text, placed directly after the table continuation variable)

1.jpg

Zoom: 80% (Cursor at the start of the table title text)

3.jpg

Zoom: 80% (Cursor at the end of the table title text)

4.jpg

Without the table continuation variable, the cursor is at the intended place - whatever the zoom may be.

Is this bug in the English FM version, too?

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I cannot replicate that on my machine (High-DPI monitor) with the English FM. Are you running in FM on a "normal" monitor or on a high-dpi screen?

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No High-DPI monitor. Just a "normal" one.

The table should be a big one (on more than one page), with zoom 80%.

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