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  1. When I create a cross reference with a character style override with the to non-breaking option set to true, the cross-reference still flows to the other line by itself. I have to manually add the character override for non-breaking, which is counter intuitive as I now have to do this manually. Video to illustrate 2023-09-23 14-50-53.mp4 Sorry my OBS settings were suboptimal. Steps to recreate: 1. Create a new text frame and add a line of text 2. Create a second text frame and add text to reference in the cross reference 3. Go back to the first frame, add the cross reference and reference the text in the second frame 4. Create a character style like this: 5. And cross-reference style like this: 6. Notice how, if you resize the text frame, the cross-reference still moves to the second line by itself. This means I have to manually hunt these down and apply a non-break character override to such cross-references, which defeats the purpose of applying a character style override to the cross-reference in the first place.
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