Hi, I've actually had this issue for a long time but never thought to ask if it could be fixed. Essentially, when using bullet points, if I increase indent on any lines at all, for e.g.: - Line 1 ...... - Line 2 .. it will almost inevitably end up on the first indentation, which means all my formatting is ruined completely. I notice this is occasionally when I hit save, or when I try to format the text such as bolding or changing text colour (often every word in the document then ends up being either bolded or in that colour), and to 'rescue' it, I have to quickly hit command+z to undo it. However, sometimes I don't realize that all my indentations have disappeared and I end up having a document which instead of having a black bullet point followed by a white bullet point under it (and the next indentation), they are all on at the same indentation, i.e. with a black bullet point all on the same column. I can live with it as I have for the past 3 years but I was wondering if there are any fixes because it's actually quite a frustrating bug - I've had to go through and reformat many long documents multiple times - and I don't understand why it has to persist. It makes the program feel a bit flimsy and unreliable. Now I pretty much refuse to use any bullet point past the first indentation because I know it'll just be ruined anyway. I wonder if anyone else has had this similar problem/any fixes? Thanks in advance. (Edit: forgot that I've actually posted about it before lol, but the problem is still there).