Answer spacing in Sequence KC not adjustable CP2019

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I have a series of Knowledge Check questions that I am using in an Interactive video.  The handles do not allow you to resize the answer box to put some space in between the answer choicesSequenceError.jpg Does anyone know why ?

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 10, 2018 Oct 10, 2018
Multiple Choice question types are fine because you have more control over the formatting of the Answer Captions.But Sequence questions are a pain because all of the answers are basically stuck together as a group.The only workaround that I have found is to insert a blank space just before the answer and format this space to be a larger font size.  But you still tend to have some formatting issues with the leading letter in the answer caption.This is one of the (many) areas that Adobe needs to p...

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You can press CTRL + Enter and then make the text top aligned in each answer.

It probably has to do with the way drag and drop sequences work, there can't be any vertical space between the objects.

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Multiple Choice question types are fine because you have more control over the formatting of the Answer Captions.

But Sequence questions are a pain because all of the answers are basically stuck together as a group.

The only workaround that I have found is to insert a blank space just before the answer and format this space to be a larger font size.  But you still tend to have some formatting issues with the leading letter in the answer caption.

This is one of the (many) areas that Adobe needs to pick up the text formatting abilities of Captivate.

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