[scribus] Re : Changing style loses italics and super-scripts etc
tauba.staroswiecki at orange.fr
Fri Apr 5 07:15:04 UTC 2013
I also faced the problem of loosing character styles while changing the paragraph style from the window properties (F2) and hopefully found a turn around of what looks as a bug. If you change the paragraph style from the Text editor instead, there is no loss of character styles... Hope this helps
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De : "Jo Evans" <jo.hose.evans at gmail.com>
Pour : <scribus at lists.scribus.info>
Objet : [scribus] Changing style loses italics and super-scripts etc
Date : jeu., avr. 4, 2013 06:36
Further to my querie about losing character styles when assigning a style
to a paragraph.....
I can find no way within a Scribus text frame to specify a first line
indent, except in a paragraph style - and as I have said, assigning a
paragraph style results in loss of superscripts, etc.
On 4 April 2013 09:55, Jo Evans <jo.hose.evans at gmail.com> wrote:
> Scribus 1.4.2
> If I 'Get Text' from an .odf file to put into a text frame character
> styles such as italics and super-scripts are retained. If I subsequently
> want to assign a style to those paragraphs, say to change just the font
> size, all those character styles are lost.
> Do I have to go back to the original .odf and change the font size there,
> then re-import it into the text frame? This is a problem if I have made
> some adjustments to the text within the Scribus document - I have to track
> these down and make the same adjustments in the original .odf before
> putting it back into the Scribus text frame.
> Jo Evans
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