I would like to use a non-breaking space in a regular text card, not html. Sorry if that seems stupid, but I don’t know how to do. Could someone please help?
It’s for a punctuation mark that gets sent to the beginning of the next line, I want it to stay attached to the preceding word.
Equivalent to in html, but I don’t need the whole card to be a html card, just for that.
Thank you so much !!
If you’re on macOS you can press option+space to insert non-breaking spaces. On Windows I’m not entirely sure what the keyboard command is, Googling suggests it might be ctrl+shift+space or some combination of holding alt whilst typing a number sequence.
Note that these are generic ways of typing non-breaking spaces and will work in any app, not just Ghost
Thanks! Actually, I’m on Ubuntu, which means I’m still looking for the answer… But you pointed me in the right direction! Thanks again.
If anyone needs the same, option is to be found in gnome-tweaks