Multiple text line links tab out of order
Not sure if InDesign or Acrobat issue: Using 13.1. InDesign - Recently noticed that if I have text that flows to 2 lines and that has a hyperlink behind it, in Acrobat, the tags show the link as having two Link-OBJR, but they are the reverse of reading order. So if you tab the page, you go from 2nd line of text to first. So,
tabs as if it is 'the store' 'go to'. The underlying link is fine--no issue there--it's the tab order and tag order (tag order perhaps then impacting screen readers/accessibility???).
This is in a single paragraph block, so not an issue of Article content out of order--the system is doing this. I think this is a recent bug (last 4-6 months?) --but whether in how InDesign feeds this to Acrobat or how Acrobat interprets, I don't know. I can manually fix in Acrobat but re-ordering the Link-OBJR tags, but it makes no sense that I should have to do so. Any idea what is going on?
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I am trying to solve this too manually. I hope someone provides an update if this has been solved.
Rhiannon Miller commented
I'm seeing this as well. It's a pain to fix them manually.