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Inconsistent indents with bullets

SureWerxMarketing
Regular Participant

Inconsistent indents with bullets

I have created both a "Feature with Right Image" and a "Feature with Left Image", with bulleted lists. However, the bullets next to the left-hand image don't indent under the title, whereas the bullets next to the right-hand image do. 

Then when I do a preview email, there is a big gap between the bullet and the first word in the box with the left-hand image. Why? How do I fix this? 

 

Good:

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Bad:

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3 REPLIES 3
Zoe_H
Employee

Hello @SureWerxMarketing,

 

It does appear that you may have copied and pasted this text in with the bullet. Can you please delete the text and type it in manually while using our bullet feature to make sure it appears correctly? Thanks! 


Zoe H.
Community & Social Media Support

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SureWerxMarketing
Regular Participant

Hi Zoe,

 

I didn't paste with the bullets - I pasted the copy without bullets into Notebook to get rid of any formatting and then pasted it in from there. I did the same thing for both. Not sure why one would indent and the other wouldn't.

 

I just tried what you suggested and the same thing happens - big gap between the bullet and the copy.

SureWerxMarketing
Regular Participant

it looks like it's an issue with the the Feature and Article blocks where there is a left-hand image. It works fine when there is a right-hand image. Something you might want your developers to look into...