- Put your cursor on the text box of the post/comment you want to indent
- Go to the menubar at the top of the screen
- Edit > Emoji & Symbols
- On Characters window, click setting icon. It's a gear nearly the top-left of the window, close to 3 color buttons.
- Choose Customize Lists...
- Choose Code Tables > Unicode and Done
- Go to Unicode section at the end of the most left panel of Characters window
- Look for the character number 3000. It's called "IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE"
- Double click on that character to insert it to your text box. You can insert it as many characters as you want.
- Save your post/comment. This empty space should help you indent your text properly.
- You can add this character to Favorites section by click "Add to Favorites" button under the thumbnail of the character in the right most panel of the Characters window.
- Or you can just go to "Frequently Used" section and the character should already be there.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
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