[Scribus] Second try: Differences of character style Scribus <-> OOo-Writer

avox avox
Thu Dec 20 17:34:00 CET 2007

Akki Nitsch wrote:
> Hi Andreas!
> Thank you very much for your detailed reply to my answer.
> Well, now i know a lot of the internal structure of styles in scribus.
> The main thing i wanted to illustrate was, that there is no way (yet) 
> to format some characters or words in a paragraph by using a 
> character-style directly and that the only way to do this is to format 
> this parts by hand (am i right? I understood the concepts this way).
> The only way to use named character-styles is to use them as a part of 
> the paragraph styles (as "based on").

That's not true in 1.3.4+. You can select a range of characters and set
a named character style with the properties palette. 
Version before 1.3.4 didn't have character styles at all, only paragraph 
styles and direct formatting for character attributes. 
The explanation in my previous post was for Scribus 1.3.4+.

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