First line Indent/flush override?
This is a proposed solution to the following feedback from UCP; it would address not only this immediate concern but other similar cases that arise in the future:
- Sometimes extracts begin with the first line flush left
- Other times they should have the first line indented
- Currently, multiple runs of extracts are treated as multi-paragraph extracts, but they aren't always. Sometimes there really should be multiple distinct extracts in a row
To handle these and other similar cases, @yannis proposes a "first line indented/flush left" toggle override that could be applied to any style. This could be a powerful tool for handling edge cases that arise for extracts and other styles. It would prevent the need to add edge case styles like "General Text Cont'd" ad nauseam. Indentation should be baked in as CSS rules wherever possible, so this override would be used only for exceptions as need, and not as a matter of regular course. It's worth noting that this is a bit of a departure from the rest of the paradigm (styling over formatting), although there's a strong use case for it (edge cases that UCP has brought up).