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I have a problem with text/element positions. After I have exported the page with in5, it seems that the baseline of some texts have been shifted downwards. Those texts are also buttons. There are no baseline shift in those words/letters, yet it seems that after exporting there is a noticeable shift (downwards). I've tried to compensate that shift by putting +/plus values so that the end result would be at the zero position, but it's no use. 

Has anyone come across this problem and if so, was there any solution to lock those text positions so that they would not move unintentionally during the exporting phase? 


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I have this bug happening in my document too. It's not just the baseline that is shifting, but the whole button.

Having taken a look through the code after exporting my document, it looks like the button object is getting shifted out of place by 3 pixels both horizontally and vertically.

Pretty easy to fix in the code, or by adjusting the buttons in your document to compensate before exporting, but if there is a better fix I'd love to hear it to save some time.

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I haven't seen that, but we'd be happy to take a look at your InDesign file to investigate further if you could send it to us at https://ajarproductions.com/pages/contact.php?category=in5
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