Sorry, Kenneth,

I get the same results. Even if I add a \P to the change, I then get a
new line and both pilchrows take the character formatting of the
first character in the following line.

Regrettably I cannot check this in FM 8 as it won't allow me to open
it (in trial). I hope they have changed this erraneous behaviour in 8.
There were several annoyances still in the Beta 2, and I don't think
they took the time to finish correcting these.

Bodvar



On 8/3/07, Kenneth C. Benson <kbenson at pegtype.com> wrote:
> Bodvar Bjorgvinsson wrote:
>
> > but this results in the new \p taking on the paragraph attributes of
> > the next line, removing extra vertical space or changing to
> > superscript if next line starts on a superscript.
>
>
> I've had great success getting around this exact same problem in
> Indesign (haven't tested it yet in Frame) by doing the Find/Replace in
> two steps. First, find space return and replace with return {delete}
> return. Then find {delete} return and replace with nothing.
>
> {delete} can be anything you want it to, as long as it's unique.
>
> Let me know if this works in FM.
>
> Kenneth Benson
> Pegasus Type, Inc.
> www.pegtype.com
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