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    Strangely, I have found that when I have a numbered list, I have indented the list because it would always end up appearing more to the left than it appears in edit mode.

    Then, if I select the text box and click the Text Color button in the Home ribbon (just the big T as long as it is already set to the correct color), the text in the numbered list will realign itself. Not sure why this would happen..

    In saying all of that, it does seem as though there have been some improvements in bulleted and numbered lists when I insert new lists in v2017.

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    One important thing to remember when working with rapid authoring tools like Lectora is, that they publish into HTML. Thus the browser your user uses to see the endresult defines how it will look. Using CSS and Javascript you can overrule some things and fix stuff, but then your working with CSS , JS and HTML(5) and thus not anymore with simple authoring in Lectora. A lot of options a user can have on his browser, so its always tough to get that optimal.

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    Wow. Eight years go by and this still isn’t fixed.

    I encounter this problem constantly with Lectora Desktop. I’ve just stopped trying to use bullets and numbers.

    I’ve just stopped trying to do a lot of things with Lectora.

    I’m sure Trivantis’ recent purchase by a Vulture Capital company will help drive improvement though….

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    +1 to this issue, it is baffling that I spend so much of my development time in version 17.1 trying to make ordered/un-ordered lists where all the elements are a uniform size. Are there any improvements to the text engine in the current roadmap that will address this issue?

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    Quite a few text-based changes made it into 18 which will be out VERY soon.  A lot of this thread was discussed in detail with development so I wouldn’t be surprised if you see more and more being addressed.

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    <span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Solution</span>

    I had also facing this issue, that the bullet points look larger than others. I tried everything that copy and paste from notepad, word, powerpoint but it didn’t work. i even tried by taking new text boxes.

     

    Later, I found the solution for this issue by doing few steps:

    1. select the text box
    2. Reduce the font size by 1 pt.
    3. then go to edit or double click the text box
    4. Now select the texts and increase the font size.

    It is working fine for me.

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