On 2011-03-01 5:22 PM, missinglens wrote:
LibreOffice is behaving in an unexpected manner with respect to default
character formatting. To replicate, first do the following in
1. Start a new document.
2. Type a few words and highlight one of the middle words.
3. Apply a different Character style to that text. For example, apply
4. Now choose "Default Formatting" from the Format menu or use the keyboard
5. Note the formatting reverts to the "Default" format.
Now do the same thing in LibreOffice. Note that "Default Formatting" now
appears to do nothing. The character style stays the same. It would appear
that the only method for removing the style applied at step 3 above is to
choose the character formatting from the Style dock.
I can confirm this behavior - LibO 3.3.1 on Windows XP Pro...
Is this by design?
Shouldn't be, I think you hit a bug...
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