On 20/06/2013 at 23:16, Kees Hink <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There _is_ a workaround: removing the whole text (not the title), and
pasting it again from a simple text editor. But that makes me want to cry.
Selecting text and hitting Ctrl + M (or going to Format → Clear direct
formatting) should have the same effect. Does it?
The file is a list of songs. The song title is on top of each song as a
"Heading 1" style. The TOC is configured to use these. The normal text
is styled "Default style". I am showing nonprinting characters, but that
doesn't give me any clues.
Go to one of lines included in TOC and open paragraph settings window (not
paragraph style settings!). Then in Outline & Numbering check what Outline
level is set. It should be "Body text".
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