Hey folks, I have a super weird issue. InDesign is messing up the space before on a specific style. The space before is set to 2p6 on this header. A few issues happen.
Very bizarre, and it does not happen in ID 2019 which I am using. But I need to use ID 2022 if at all possible.
I created a new InDesign 2022 document and carefully recreated every style I needed just in case there was some random paragraphy style somewhere messing with stuff; no dice. The problem popped up. The problem occurs across other InDesign files using the same font and paragraph styles; the problem persists even when I change fonts, too.
Any ideas? I've attached a bunch of stuff.
CORRECT SPACING - 2P6:
INCORRECT SPACING - 2P6 + ??? :
I should note that I don't notice this with ANY OTHER style at all. It's only this centered style.
My guess is that that file has some corruption. I can duplicate the issue although I could do it with other styles as well. When I copied the content to a new file, InDesign put the footnote in the middle of the page which is equally unexpected. See https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/troubleshoot-file-issues.html.
Edit: when I remove that footnote (34) the spacing behaves normally again.
Turn off Span Columns in your Subheading A Paragraph Style.
I don't know why it would make a difference, since technically, even though you have only one column, it's still Spanning All but it's what's causing your situation.
That was it. Wow, that is bizarre. Thanks Brad!
Ya, this may be a bug. I was able to recreate the issue on a new file i just made, but using your paragraph styles.