Please compare entry #10 to #11 in the below photo. c4 adds unwanted indentation (not a tab character) in front of my text "Blank (5.10a/b R)...." because that text is right of a photo. But c4 correctly doesn't add that indentation for entry #11.
The photo's text wrap options do not matter; this bug still happens. The bug happens everywhere that I have these lists right of photos.
Incidentally, my paragraph style for this list sets a bold font and 9 point type for my text up to the first "(", then sets non-bold font up to my first comma, then sets 8 point type for text up to my first tab, then sets a funny "icon" font I built after that tab. So for entry #10, "Blank" is in 9 point helvetica narrow bold, then text goes non-bold, then drops down to 8 point, then goes into my 16 point icon font.
If I delete my icon text, the list entry still gets the unwanted indentation.
How can I avoid that automatic indentation in front of #10? Thanks!
That's normal with auto numbers and bullets. The only solution I know is to avoid text wrap to the left of a numbered list. In such cases I split up the text frames and resize them. Another solution could be to convert auto numbers and bullets into text. Both not the best solution, but no better exists.