Alignment issue in Chrome when using duet-break

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  • #6343

    delwen
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    I use ‘<!–duet-break–>` to paragraph my blog articles. It looks fantastic in Firefox and I thought I had it all settled till I look at it in Chrome. duet-break breaks all Chrome alignment, especially when it is a long article. It created a different column each time duet-break is used.

    I just want to bring it up to see if this can be fixed. For now, I am using <BR /> to break my lines but the BR line-height is too “high” so it looks kinda of awkward. Does anyone have a better idea for breaking up your paragraphs across all three browsers?

    Thanks for the help!!

    The blog I need help with is: thinfineline.wordpress.com

    #6523

    andyadamscp
    Member

    Hey there,

    I might be misunderstanding, but is there a reason you’re using <!–duet-break–> for your paragraphs? The manual break should only be used at the point where you want your two columns to split, and it should only be used once in an article.

    Let me know if I’m misunderstanding what you’re trying to do!

    #6525

    delwen
    Member
    Original poster

    I see. I did misunderstand. I use duet-break to paragraph and it looks fine and dandy on Firefox on my Mac so I didn’t realize.

    Please go ahead to resolve this and thank you.

    #6532

    andyadamscp
    Member

    No problem – I’m just glad that was the only issue! Two columns can be a real pain to debug :D.

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