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Troy Johnson

This is still a recurring issue with the Bullets Block. I have found that when trying to enter bullets as text block, there are spacing issues when trying to tab to align with left margin.

I have found a work-around. I thought to use a Apple Mac to type "Alt/Option" + 8 (*) to manually enter bullets by default. You can just Shift/Tab in the Bullets Block then Option/8 to make sub-bullets then go back to a Windows PC if you need to later.

I hope this helps until we actually get a fix after all of this time.

Tracy Scott

Hi there... I realize this is an older post but I am brand spanking new to Rise.  What I was hoping for was to be able to use bullets under a numbered text paragraph for example:

11. The consequences of this action could be:

  • point 1
  • point 2
  • point 3

I seem to be having difficulty - when I highlight the items to be bulleted, it switches my number to a bullet as well.   

 

Is there a way around this?

Janet Hock

Thanks for your note. My question is a little different than what you addressed. I want to move text closer to a bullet. This can be done, for example, in Power Point or Word. Is there a way to do that in Storyline?

Janet Hock
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Crystal Horn

Hi there, Janet! I replied to you about bullet spacing in the discussion here. You can use this same method in Storyline 360.

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