On 20/02/14 08:37, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I was just wondering why my default template is ignored when opening plain
text. After all, a plain text obviously doesn't come with a style. My
default template was supposed to take over and provide a style, right?
I thought so. But this doesn't happen.
Template is not ignored, as it will be applied to any new document you
create, but not to a plain text document (or any other document based on
a different template).
A plain text document cannot have a template associated, as it is plain
text (so, only the document contents without any additional information
like font, spacing, margins, etcetera.
Best regards, Italo
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