Issue with bullets and tabs



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    Nils Bier

    Hi Philippe,

    Thanks for contacting us and your interest in Scroll PDF Exporter. Unfortunately this is a known issue (see and there's currently no workaround for this, besides having your bullet points always intended by one.

    For example the following structure would be exported correctly:

    • bullet one
      • bullet two

    Would that be a workaround for you, to change your indentation and always have a "proper" structure?

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    Magzina James

    I am about to lose it here I'm so frustrated with my bullets. I am trying to line up all my bullets in a text frame and even though they are all formatted exactly the same, half look different from the other half. I have an image on the left, set with text wrap, and a text box going over the image so that the text wraps around it. The text to the right of the image will not line up at all. The spacing between the bullet and the text is wrong and then the next lines are even more off. The text I have below the picture is lined up perfectly. I've even tried separating the text into two different text boxes and then adjusting the bullet settings and nothing is working. Sometimes, even though I make changes in the bullet settings box, nothing actually changes on the screen.

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    Nils Bier

    Hi Magzina,

    thanks for the details.

    Which version of Scroll PDF Exporter and Confluence are you currently using?
    Would it be possible to send us a XML export of an affected page and your PDF template to

    That will automatically create a support request in our support system.
    We'll then have a closer look and will come back to you as soon as possible.


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