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i don't use indesign to do online but why is it allowing a .667 if it's set to snap?. is it set to snap to guides?
do you have a stroke set on the box? that can impact width. You can set the stroke to 'outside, centre, or inside' the line
you would think by creating a web doc that these settings would be preset.
just the fact that it's allowing pixels to not snap and decimal is weird cakes
What's happening is that your math is causing this. .66~ is 2/3, which was the dead giveaway. InDesign doesn't have a glitch or anything, it's just doing exactly what you're telling it. Go back to your sketch layout, do the math, and plug those numbers in and you'll be good to go.
mono, you're exactly right. I checked the gutter's and they were 18px. I didn't check the columns which were ~58.12432. my math was off.
you see, math. the death of us all.
> web document
Found your problem
Also, consider adding this script if you're doing web work in ID
CS6 added a stupid zoom that doesn't show accurate 100%, this reverts back to CS5 and earlier zooming
app.generalPreferences.customMon... = 72;
app.generalPreferences.useCustom... = true;
When you want to switch back again to accurate print 100% view run this:
app.generalPreferences.useCustom... = false;
more info and a download file here: http://www.31three.com/notebook/…