Anyone else played around with AWT files, treating them as XML or have you always used the XML variant?
Well, I just exported an AWT file to XML and it converts all spaces between 2 particular words to  in elements. However, it leaves all other spaces between other words as spaces. After a bit more digging, I found it seems to be a problem with Lectora handling non-breaking spaces in the RTF elements
For example there is a term “SP~9100DN” in the for questions and answers. ~ is an RTF non-breaking space. In the and elements, it’s just stored as a space. However, if you edit the course and save it, it leaves the ~ in the RTF OK. However, if that RTF is for the question text it then puts