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Reading the referenced ticket makes me wonder why I added it at all ;-)

The question came from another report and is about the scope of clone formatting. By default 
paragraph and character style is copied, and in combination with ctrl only one. Or vice versa. If 
that is true, how is a user supposed to know this? A possible solution would be to change the 
cursor slightly. The request was in particular about lists and why the numbering style is not 

Let's keep the topic hot.

On 10/31/2016 02:39 PM, Cor Nouws wrote:
Heiko Tietze wrote on 28-10-16 15:18:

 * Inconsistent behavior of clone formatting 
   + e.g.
   + make a bullet list and try to cf this
   + ctrl+shift+click?
   + at least an indication is needed
   => postponed (more expertise needed)

Looks as if there is already a lot of expert advise in the issue :)

I think I've used that tool twice, so do not meet expert-requirement in
this field at all I think ;)  Still an opinion..

- The possibility offered to clone character and/or paragraph
formatting, is neat IMO.  So I would not drop one of the three.
- One could argue to change the short cuts/default.
- More important could be the introduction of a split button, showing
the possibilities and thus educating users.

Ciao - Cor

Dr. Heiko Tietze
UX Designer
Tel. +49 (0)179/1268509

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