On 10/31/2010 12:11 AM, Michel Gagnon wrote:
or, to put it clearly, styles OF tables.
FWIW, I fake that by creating a set of styles just for tables, and a
master table. Whenever I need a table, I simply copy the master table.
I have been reminded it already exists (thanks Marc).
Better documentation about styles, their attributes, their quircks, and
their characteristics is needed. No question about it.
But I also remember the last time I used character styles, they didn't
always work the same way.
Creating single attribute character styles is awkward. Very
non-intuitive. If things are done out of sequence, the character style
won't offer only one attribute.
Maybe I'll write about that on my libreoffice blog later this week.
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