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    [BUG]String object - display bug with no paragraph

    If you delete all the paragraphs in a string object because you only want an alterable string, then all formatting you chose is ignored and the string is aligned top left, bold, and I have no idea what font. Sometimes the color changes too. See this example MFA where it is broken when it clearly shouldn't be. Setting it up via events can be annoying and make deleting all paragraphs pointless if you want to save file space.
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    Re: [BUG]String object - display bug with no paragraph

    I can confirm this bug while running the application. Strangely enough if I simply double click the string at edittime without changing the text, and then run it again, it displays as expected.

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