"However, LO also remembers the style of the last entry on the line, and
applies it to the
next paragraph as well. To see this in action, perform jerryb's procedure,
but type some text in normal style after the bold text on the first line.
You will see the normal style applied to the next paragraph. "
Indeed, you are right. If, after turning bold off at the end of the first
line. I press Enter once, then press Space once, then press Enter once more,
then press Up one time, the Bold does NOT come on.
I still think this is a bug and not normal. By manually turning Bold off at
the end of the first line, it should stay off until it is manually turned
back on. I tend to think that it should never come on automatically, unless,
like someone said, it is embedded into a style.
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