[Scribus] Forcing styles
Thu May 31 13:53:05 CEST 2007
H A R R I S S O N wrote:
> In the Story Editor (and in the property boxe), styles mentionned for
> paragraphs, are all "no style".
> If another style is given to a paragraph, paragraph takes the new style
> name, but nothing changes in the document. And a "+" appears on the side
> of the style name: "style +" (In Quark, such sign would indicate that
> elements in the paragraph are not corresponding to the definition of
> style. Clicking style with "alt" key would force the style on the whole
> Resetting "no style" changes nothing.
> Problem found on Scribus 1.3.4, both on ubuntu and OSX
Scribus 1.3.4 supports "named styles" and "direct formatting" for both
charcaters and paragraphs.
If present, direct formatting overrides the attributes from the named style
and the named style is adorned with a "+" to show there's more.
Currently, the only way to get rid of direct formatting is to use the "style
sweeper" buttons in properties palette. They are located next to the combo
boxes for the named styles.
Since hierarchical styles are new to 1.3.4, any old documents and imported
ODT documents will have a lot of direct formatting, so it will be necessary
to use the style sweeper before editing those.
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