InDesign to Acrobat Accessibility Bug
When performing Acrobat remediation on Indesign publications containing correct export tagging, the Acrobat Reading Order tool shows "P" tags at the end of each line of text (as well as additional "P" tags in the middle of lines). The Acrobat Tags panel shows no paragraph tags -- just broken up lines of text.
Fortunately, these broken up lines are not reproduced as such by the screen reader. So why does Acrobat identify each line of text with a "P" in the first place?
This issue needs to be fixed as it creates a dilemma and lot of unnecessary remediation work for those who are unaware that screen readers are able to bypass broken up lines and read the full paragraph.
I checked it on my side and this is because Indesign create tags in such a way that it contains multiple line text. The Reading Order tool shows the separate container due to multi line text. It can be seen as single if you check “Display like elements in single block” checkbox.
For the multiline text, the issue will be fixed from Indesign side.
Please tell me if I can help you with anything else.
Based on the response from Rachit Jain, I've resubmitted this issue as an InDesign bug: