P.S. I can delete the dot manually, but every time I update the TOC, it comes back. I need the TOC to update without this issue.
In the para style used in the TOC, you can simply insert a grep style based on a char style with -200 approach and no color and the following grep code \.(?=\t).
So you do "disappear" the dot! Aha! It's surely magical!
Thank you so much!
I am very new to indesign. Any chance you could walk me through adding a
GREP style? Or at least, point me to a resource where I can learn about
On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 4:08 AM, Obi-wan Kenobi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Obi-wan Kenobi, could you please help me with another issue??
Still battling with my figure captions TOC. I need a line break in the TOC
entry, but not in the figure caption. Is there something I can do to make
On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 12:27 PM, Obi-wan Kenobi <email@example.com>
Aha! I'm not the only one on the forum who can answer you… But this question is funny!
Can you send us a screenshot? [I've an idea!]
I knew you would have an idea. That's why I ask you
Here's a screenshot of the TOC as I want it to look:
sorry that it's not in English, but you get the point, right? The first work on the left is "Figure."
I added a forced line break in Figure 3 to make it go onto the next line. That wasn't a good thing to do though, because the break gets overridden when I update the TOC. If I add the line break in the actual Figure 3 caption on page 6, the TOC picks that up. The problem is that I don't want a line break in the actual caption on page 6.
Here's the TOC as it updates:
The figure 3 line takes up too much space and there is no space for the tab leader. And I don't really want to change the tracking in that caption, though I could do that if theres no other way.
… and you can improve, "gently", the line break with a grep style, if you need!
Yeah, exactly, Obi-Wan. You're showing the screenshot of right-margin indent and negative last-line indent that I was too lazy to take in the thread at which SRigel pointed. If «dernière ligne» isn't "last line indent" I'll eat my hat.
Hi Joel, aha! You can keep your hat on your head!
Awesome. Thank you, all!
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