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    Scott Citron commented  · 

    Please add my name to the list of those supporting what would be a very useful feature request. I particularly like Adam's language ("Set first line indent to _X_ when following:") as well. Thanks.

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    Scott Citron commented  · 

    Thanks for showing me a feature (so to speak) I've never seen before! Wow. This is really annoying!

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    Need more info  ·  Anonymous responded

    Hi All,

    This indeed a great suggestion. I wanted to understand a little more about this request.

    1. The way this request is described its majorly about figuring out how to change the various text attributes in a single step rather than having to change multiple styles to make that happen. It would helpful if you can mention which all attributes you all would want to be dependent on the baseline (space before/after, size, leading any other).
    2. Which kind of documents (magazines, brochures, books etc.) do you see this to be more important for you.
    3. Wouldn’t a similar method (not sure if we could base it on baseline though!!) for changing the layout also help, if you could define the sizes of objects in relation to the page size. Do you think extending this feature to the layout also makes sense.
    4. If you can share some files…

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