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Hi all,

From: Nagy Ákos

I recomand to change the Footnote Charecters style too.
Usualy users and publishers like that the Footnote Characters is in
Superscript. For this you need to change the "Footnote Charecters"
Character Style.

   Done, thanks for the comment :)

From: Merik

Sorry for the late reply.
So, my comments:
I'd still like Headings to be Sans and the text Serif, or vice versa. I'm not alone in this idea 
-- using a different font for headings and for body text is a common practice. There are websites 
dedicated to font pairings, and the use of these pairings is why OOXML themes let the user choose 
a font for headings and a different font for body text.

   I'm not against the idea, but try it on low reselution screens. I didn't like mixed Liberation 
sans and serif...
   Anyway, I made your changes plus others, please let me know what you think?

I'm a bit concerned about centering table contents. Centered text is generally harder to read and 
can get in the way if you have to compare data. I'd rather they were left-aligned (right-aligned 
for RTL languages, of course).

   Yes, you're right.

In general, I'd like styles to be relative, not hard-coded. That means that the Heading style 
should hold the font family, for example, not each individual heading.

   This needs some work, which I'll try to be involved in some time later. The whole styling system 
needs a review and reorganizing.

I now also realize why the LibreOffice styles used decimal point values -- the headings were 
saved as percentages, which, come to think of it, isn't a bad idea.

   Percentage is and ems are the future, since we're going to support web, Android, and others.

I'm still not entirely happy with the headings. As I said earlier, I'd prefer if superior 
headings weren't lighter than subordinate headings (i.e. Heading 3 shouldn't be lighter than 
Heading 5) and I'd like there to be some differentiation between heading 7-10.

   Done, but Isn't better we get rid of headings 7-10?

I'd also like the subtitle to be lighter.


Here's something more along the lines of what I'd imagine: . (There are a few more elements used in the 
document, remove them for a direct comparison.)

    Please let me know about this one I've removed bold weights 
from all headings, sans vs serif should make headers clear wihtout being bold. Notice the spaces 
around table elements.

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