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double indent in Reflowable Epub with drop cap

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Nov 20, 2022 Nov 20, 2022

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Need some help with the drop cap settings. It displays fine in IDD, but when exported to Epub this double indent appears on the first line (see pic above). I'm doing something wrong... This is the indents screen for the para style. Drop cap is defined in character styles. Thanks for any help!

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Drop caps into EPUB are one of the fussier elements, dependent on the reader and hard to get a consistent result for.

 

I'd start by eliminating that 0.5 in first line indent, though. It should not be needed in any way to make space for the drop cap.

 


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