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Why are some style overrides not marked by brackets?

Created on 01st March 2019 at 10:27 by Jamie O'Connell



If the effects of a local override are visible in the text (e.g. underline, all-caps, etc.), then the override is not marked by brackets in the same way that a less visible local override (e.g. vertical scale, tracking, etc.) will be.

NOTE:
If a style override is applied using a character style, then it is marked with brackets. This is because a character style may contain multiple styling attributes, including those which are less visible.

Example: Underline is not marked by brackets

In this example, we apply the 'underline' style override to some text.

Because we can easily see the underline, the text does not need to be bracketed in order to highlight the fact that the style has been overridden.

Example: Tracking changes are marked by brackets

In this example, we override the tracking of some text.

Because we cannot easily see the tracking change, the text needs to be bracketed in order to highlight the fact that the style has been overridden.




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