In my latest hub I tried to italicize my first sentence, which I have done many times before, but this time it comes out in a much greater type size. I could not get it italicized in the normal type size, so I have to leave it unchanged. I went back again to try to change it, but without any luck. Is there a way I can get that sentence italicized in the same size type as the text?
There is a display bug that affects internet explorer within the text editor. However, it will be displayed at normal size in your finished hub. We are working on getting that fixed. Thanks.
Thank you very much. I had no trouble making the change.
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