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Hello Stanislav, *,
On Montag, 9. Dezember 2013 09:56 Stanislav Horáček wrote:
the original text seems to be pretty clear for me. Let's see an

not for me ... :( Otherwise I would not have asked here ... ;)

example: Write a word, select the first half of this word and set
simple border (4 edges, black line) for the selection. You will
see a rectangle around the first half. Then select the second half
of the word and set the same border again. You will not see two
rectangles, but only one around whole word. But if you choose
different border properties for the second half (e.g. red line)
you will get two rectangles, one black and one red.

O.K. Your explanation makes much more sense to me than the original 
one, so thank you very much :)

More people are flattered into virtue than bullied out of vice.
                -- R. S. Surtees

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