Vertical Justification & Align to Grid clash each other
when i turned on align grid, it should honor the setting i want, but when i apply text frame option-> vertical justification->justified, everything just messed up.
first, after setting text frame to justify, and you turn on align to grid, (mostly this happened when there's not enough text to fill the frame so the leading has to be stretched) it does change the space between lines, (Eg if your justified lines are fairly wide, turn on align to grid will make it narrower) but its not actually align to the grids (no matter if your leading is smaller/greater than the baseline line grid or not). (that been said, if you fill a frame with text holder, this issue doesnt exist bc its perfectly filled text frame, no need to justify)
Second, if you turn on only align first line to grid, it doesnt change anything at all.
i came across this issue bc i want to achieve an effect when the last line/paragraph in the frame always sit on the bottom of the frame (unless its overset text), whereas the rest of the lines sit from the top within the frame.
yes i know i can achieve this by creating 2 text frames. but if i want to type more words in those paragraphs in the middle, keep typig till theres overset text, if the feature can be achieved (it will just move what ever the last paragraph to the bottom of the frame), but if i use 2 frames, it will just be overset text), which is not a big deal but i just wish i can achieve it in one frame
additionally, this clashing doesn't exist when the paragraph is set to drop cap, (if the total para lines are smaller or equal to the dropped lines, then the para remains its own look), however, if the total lines in the para is larger than the dropped lines, (eg 5 or more lines in para, but only dropped 4 lines), from the 5th forward lines will all be justified, which by all means is not a pleasing look (imagine the first 4 lines is evenly spaced between lines and the 5th onward has a very different leading