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GREP SUPERCRIPT QUESTION

Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 13, 2021 Jul 13, 2021

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Hi, i have this code: IC\K\d{2}

Why does it make the comma subscript? 

 

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Advisor , Jul 13, 2021 Jul 13, 2021
It doesn't! (^/)

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It doesn't!

 

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i need more coffee. 

 

you right

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About your third thread with variable, you just need 2 variables based on char styles! One for the ´normal ' text and one for the 'superscript'.

 

The trick is to add a space at the end at the end of the para with the superscript char style when you don't have a superscript in the header! Of course, that means the superscript is here always at the end of the para!

 

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