Accessibility check rejects manual line breaks from InDesign
when a file is exported to Acrobat from InDesign, the accessibility checker rejects every manual line break in the document. There is no fix offered in Acrobat. Please fix.
Bevi Chagnon | PubCom.com commented
The problem is that InDesign doesn't use the standard Unicode character for a forced line break within a paragraph (known as a Shift+Enter which is different from Enter which ends the paragraph).
Adobe, please correct this shortcoming. It's causing errors in accessibility checkers and some assistive technologies.
Accessibility is required for government documents worldwide.