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    Thank you for taking the time to post here. This problem has already been fixed in PrPro 22.5, so if you can upgrade to the latest public version, you should no longer see the problem.

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    Thank you for taking the time to submit this request. Some good news for you is that Premiere Pro and After Effects already offer some support for Variable Fonts. The current functionality will give you multiple fonts styles for a single font family. But Variable Fonts are not yet fully dynamic, so you cannot do things like animate from light to heavy using the variable font weights. If you get a chance to try out some Variable Fonts in a current version of PrPro (or Ae), it would be good to know what support you'd like to see beyond what's already there.

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    We believe this problem may have already been fixed in recent Beta builds. If possible, please use the latest Beta build of Pr 22.3 105 or higher and let us know if this crash is fixed for you or not. Thank you.

    この不具合に関連した修正が最新のベータビルドに搭載されています。22.3 105以降のビルドでこの現象が改善される事があります。改善が見られない場合はお知らせ下さい。

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    Thank you for letting us know, Luis. Captions use the same Type tool as regular text, so it's possible its the same bug there too. If you're using a public release build, it will only update at full releases not almost daily like a Beta build. You need to install the prPro Beta builds separately under the Beta apps section of Creative Cloud Desktop. After doing that, you will have the option to upgrade to the newest Beta build whenever an Update is available. This image should help:

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    Thank you all for supporting our products and for sending us your suggestions. We understand how important this matter is to our Japanese user community. We know how bothersome it can be to have to set the input method back to English whenever you want to use simple shortcut keys on Windows. We want to be able to fix this for all of you, but it's not actually a bug in PrPro. It’s a fundamental limitation in the way Windows' Input Method Engine (IME) works.

    So far, we know that this is not a new problem in the most recent version of Premiere Pro. We also know that it happens in After Affects and other apps at times. So we are investigating ways to make it work better for all of our users.

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    Google translation:

    Character input with essential graphics is heavy

    After updating from V15.4.1 to V22.2, the operation became slow due to character input in essential graphics.

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    @ittsui I can see that Pr text styles are not offering you all the same methods you've been using with the Legacy Titler. Since that workflow will inevitably go away, the best way I can help you is to suggest some workflow improvements to use with existing Essential Graphics functionality.

    (1) Having your text styles available upon opening a new project.
    It's true that you will have to import your .prtextstyle items for any new project you start. But keep in mind that multiple text styles can be imported at once from a single .pretextstyle file, so you should be able to bring in all the text styles you need with a single import step.

    (2) Applying a style to a text clip you've already created using a mogrt.
    When you apply a mogrt into a sequence, if it has text with a Text Style, that text style item will be imported into your project along with the text itself. You can then apply that style to any other text in your project. It looks like you already figured out how to apply a style to multiple text layers at once.

    (3) Project Panel management.
    It's true that your Text Style items are confined to the Project Panel, and that you have to be in icon view in order to see the sample appearance. But you could put them all in a bin, give the bin a name like "Text Styles" and then dock that pin somewhere in your workspace like a stand-alone panel, and there's your dedicated style panel. Save a workspace like that and it will always be there for you.

    I know these are all workarounds and not exactly what you want. But given the reality of how everything works right now, I thought that giving you ways to work well with the current feature set was the best way to help you.

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    Thank you for taking the time to let us know about this. We understand that people need a way to share text styles across projects. Here are two good ways to do that:

    1. Select your style items in the Project Panel, right click and choose Export Text Styles... then use the resulting dialog to export a .prtextstyle which you can import later into any other project using the same Import method you use for other media.

    2. Create a Graphic with Text styled the way you like, then right click on the track item, choose Export as Motion Graphics Template... and make a .mogrt for yourself to apply from the Essential Graphics Panel's Browse tab into any project. You can even Export to a Library if you want to be able to share it with yourself and anyone else with access to your Library.

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    As I mentioned in this thread a while back, we do try to listen in every way we can. So if you can use the current public version of PrPro (Pr22.1.2 Build 1), you will have a new Polygon Tool and the ability to make rounded corners for rectangles and other polygons. The attached screenshot shows the location of these new tools and controls, as well as a few sample shapes.

    As for problems aligning text, that sounds like a completely separate thing and we would need clear steps and a reproducible result in order to troubleshoot and fix the problem. If you can provide those things, please send me a followup message here or add an additional User Voice topic to cover the problem. Whichever is easier for you.

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    We try to listen in every way we can. Can you please give me a description of a bug you may have encountered aligning multiple lines of text? If I can get clear steps and and a reproducible result, then I can usually get things fixed for users.

    As for more shapes... We have received requests to have more shapes besides rectangle, ellipse and free (pen tool) but I can't speak to the priority of things here, but adding and voting up requests like these does help prioritize things.

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    Thank you for coming to uservoice to let us know about this problem. That sounds very frustrating so we'd like to help find a fix for it if possible. If possible, could you please attach a screenshot of the problematic behavior. Any other details about what steps you are taking leading up to the problem will also be helpful. Finally, what version of PrPro are you using and on what OS?

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    Thank you for reporting this to us. Does the display look correct if you use the same font and Arabic characters in an external like Word/Wordpad (Win) or TextEdit (Mac)? Also, if you have Photoshop available, can you try the same steps in that application to see if the result looks the same?

    For now, you might try working around the problem by using an Adobe font that supports the full Arabic script such as Myriad Arabic or an Adobe-supported Google font like Noto Sans Arabic. You can install those and other fonts using your Creative Cloud desktop app, under the Manage Fonts category.

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    Thank you for taking the time to submit your ideas. I'm seeing two different requests here, so let me address each one separately:

    Request 1: Separate width and height sliders for text background.
    There is a way to get what you want using a pinned shape behind your regular essential graphics text, but that won't work for captions text. So it sounds like what you want is some new UI specifically for backgrounds behind captions. I can't make any promises about future features, but I'll do what I can to make sure the Captions team knows about this request at least.

    Request 2: Export your own subtitle styles.
    Once you have your Captions text looking the way you want, then you can make a Text Style out of it and export that as a .prtextstyle file. I've attached an image to help you see how to do that.

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    Thank you for taking the time to submit your idea. It's especially good to hear about that specific part of your workflow where you're trying to get rounder corners AND a shadow on the same shape.

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    Thank you for your feedback. One thing I'd like to clarify for you is that you can assign shortcuts for styles like Faux Bold and Faux Italic. The attached screenshot shows how I assigned Shift + B as the shortcut for Faux Bold.

    Granted, this is not the same as choosing a Font Style for Bold. But many fonts don't have such styles available, so having a shortcut to choose Font Style Bold would not do anything in those cases.

    Also, Regarding this: being able again to move the text "box" with arrow keys again (as with legacy titles) would be much appreciated

    There are already assigned keyboard commands for nudging Layers around in the Program Monitor. For example, on mac, Shift + Cmd + Right Arrow nudges the selected object to the right by five.

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    OK thank you for verifying that for me, Anthony.

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    Thank you for your suggestion. Can you tell us a little more about your specific use case(s)? What kind of titles or other graphics are you designing in PrPro projects which use number and/or bullet lists?

    As a workaround for now, are you able to copy a list like that from an app like Word and paste it into a Text layer in Pr and have it respect the formatting in an acceptable way? I tried it in 12.1 and it looked OK to me.

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    Hi Ann, thanks as always for your contributions toward making Pr a great app.

    I just tried the Bevel Alpha feature on a Pr Graphic Text Layer and it works as expected there. I don't recall exactly why and when certain effects got moved into an Obsolete bin in the Effects panel, but deprecation of them is not anything we're planning to do here on the Essential Graphics team. I can't speak for the core Pr product team though. That might be a good request to make at the top level of the PrPro section of this adobe-video uservoice site, specifically:
    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro

    In the meantime, you might play around with gradients for text and multiple shadows (both new in the past few releases) to see if you can get some interesting results that way. It won't look the same as that old Bevel effect, but at least you'll know what your other options are.

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    Thank you for taking the time to send these suggestions to us. In regards to the first request, there are already a couple of ways that you can remove your factory mogrts from your local system.

    The first way is to delete them from within the Essential Graphics Panel's Browse tab. Make sure Local Templates Folder is checked on and then just right click on a mogrt, or a selected set of them, and choose Delete.

    The second way is through the Common > Motion Graphics Templates which you have already found on your system. Delete any mogrt you want gone but DON'T DELETE the text files in there which have names like PrMogrtInstall13-0-0.txt. As long as those .txt files remain, the missing factory mogrts won't re-install when PrPro or Ae is launched. If you ever want your Pr and/or Ae factory mogrts back, simply delete the corresponding .txt files and the factory mogrts will re-install the next time you launch the app.

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    Thank you for taking the time to submit this, James.

    You will be happy to know that nudging shortcuts are already available for Essential Graphics in PrPro. To use them, you just need to have one or more layers selected and have either the Program Monitor or Essential Graphics panel in view, the press one of the existing Keyboard shortcuts for nudge (like Ctrl/Cmd + right arrow). I have attached a visual showing the existing KBS command for nudging of Graphics layers. Like any Keyboard Shortcuts, the commands can be remapped to fit your liking inside the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog.

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    Thank you for taking the time to post this, Douglas. I watched the video (twice) and I think I understand what's limiting you even though it was in Portuguese. I see that your captions (subtitle format) text is not fitting as well as it does when you use regular Pr Text inside a graphic. I also see that the invisible bumpers near the outer edge of the Program Monitor are keeping you from moving your text exactly where you want it. Those bumpers are there to keep peoples text within a safe area inside the Program Monitor, but I think I understand why they are overly limiting in your case.

    I'm going to move this thread into the Captions bucket at this time and let folks in that group know about it so they can see and evaluate your request within the context of that team.

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    Thank you for your submission! We read all of these, even when they are in languages we don't speak or read very well.

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    Thank you everyone for your votes and comments. What's being asked for here is really a Premiere Pro core feature and not anything specific to Essential Graphics. The request is a good one, but it has to do with the way that Pr rasterizes vector-based source media like .ai and .eps files. I will be moving this request outside of Essential Graphics so that the core team can see and evaluate it more easily.

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    We do have Vector Motion in the ECP for Graphics in Pr 13.0 which will help you avoid pixelization and clipping. Is that what you want?
    https://www.premierebro.com/premiere-in-post/new-vector-motion-effect-in-premiere-pro-cc-2019

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    I merged a couple of 'Continually rasterize' request into this one to keep the votes cumulative. I also moved it into the Essentials Graphics bucket. It's good feedback and something we agree would be a good improvement, so keep the votes coming if it's important to you.

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