Milos Sramek schrieb:
ODF 1.1 and OOXML transitional were used, the used fonts were available
on both computers. Line spacing does not seem to be a big issue, but one
can see inconsistent line spacing nearly everywhere. So, from the point
of view of interoperability it is perhaps a blocker, since the
displacement is sometimes a couple of lines per page.
And another reason not to use ODF1.1:
If you save from LO to ODF1.1, then the old kind of lists are used.
These do not know tabs for indenting.
When you will write a new list in the current LO, it will get the
interface for the actual kind of lists, but its settings will be lost
when saving to ODF1.1.
Reopening such document will have different list formatting than those
before saving. That will likely confuse average users.
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