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On 14/06/15 15:54, Brian Barker wrote:
At 15:30 14/06/2015 -0300, Leonardo M. Ramé wrote:
On 14/06/15 15:17, Brian Barker wrote:
Your template contains a definition of paragraph style "P1" including
<style:tab-stops />
and later the reference to it:
<text:p text:style-name="P1" /> .

I'm guessing that this is why the first paragraph of your inserted
file loses its tab stop and inherits the default arrangement of tab

Thanks!. I can't see that style in Styles and Formatting, where is it?.

Neither can I - but it appears in the content.xml file in the template.

o Construct a new (emptier?) template without the presumably unwanted
paragraph style definition.

This is what I'll do when I figure out where's the offending style.

If I create a template with header and footer, I don't get any "P1" and
the later reference is
<text:p text:style-name="Standard" /> .
Then the document imports correctly.

I can't guess how you are creating "P1". Are you inheriting the template
from somewhere?

No, just open LibreOffice Writer, then Save As -> Select ODF Text Document Template (*.ott), assign a name and click Save.

Uncompressed the ott file and no P1 style found.

Then, I added a footer, saved as template, checked again and no P1 style found.

Then added a PNG image to the footer, checked again and also no P1 style found.

So, the ott file was fixed.

But, I was still facing the removed tab issue, and found an error in my Python UNO script (I'm batch processing those documents using UNO scripting). Fixed my error and everything is rendering as expected.

Thank you very much Brian.

Leonardo M. Ramé

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