I know of only two ways to increase the leading, or line-spacing, in a
block of text (using, specifically, LO 126.96.36.199, Curtains 7/64 bit).
One is to right-click, go to line-spacing, and select.
The other is to put an explicit <CR>, or <ENTER> at the end of one line
to insert a blank line before the next.
There seems to be a third way lurking, as yet undetected.
For a screenshot showing the unexpected behaviour, see:
Dropbox is a little mysterious itself, but this link may be to the
original .odt file:
There's no way to illustrate a verification of my statement that the
context menu hasn't been invoked, but the dearth of excess <CR>s is
proven by the revealed codes.
Can anybody point out what I apparently haven't learned yet?
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