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How to add Turkish (or Latin extended) characters to bullets?

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How to add Turkish (or Latin extended) characters to bullets in Indesign? While normal bullets are ordered as "a, b, c, d" Turkish bullets should be ordered as "a, b, c, ç, d"

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Community Expert , Dec 30, 2023 Dec 30, 2023

In case of just Bullets - you can click ADD located on the right and then select font and character you want to use as a bullet:

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But in case of automatic "numbering":

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... InDesign is using only Latin alphabet - no matter what language you set - it's always "a,b,c,d,e,f,..."

 

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In case of just Bullets - you can click ADD located on the right and then select font and character you want to use as a bullet:

RobertTkaczyk_1-1703960027548.png

 

 

But in case of automatic "numbering":

RobertTkaczyk_0-1703959889770.png

... InDesign is using only Latin alphabet - no matter what language you set - it's always "a,b,c,d,e,f,..."

 

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Thank you very much. Adding special characters in long lists is difficult, I thought there might be an easier way.

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Do you really plan on adding manually "local" characters as bullets - or adding and applying so many CharStyles - for every item on the list in your text?

 

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Of course not. I just wanted to know if there was a practical way.

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OK, Just checking.

But if you would really need those extra characters on the list - it could be scripted.

 

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