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El 29-09-2015 09:09, V Stuart Foote escribió:
Believe it is correct, just a little convoluted. Although I'm not sure if
the ODF is defined this way, but practically it works like this.

I do not think it's a ODF standard, should only be a proper behavior of LibreOffice.

Paragraphs and Lines of Text (code)  are distinct.  To manipulate Lines
within a Paragraph container--use <Shift>+<Enter>, rather than paragraph
endings <Enter> to terminate a line.

The best advice you can be given. Now the line spacing works well for such paragraph.

Then the spacing makes sense...

For Paragraphs -- we use Spacing (above, below, don't space between same

For Lines of Text -- we use Line Spacing (single, 1.5, double, fixed,
leading, proportional), they are not affected by the Spacing applied to

That's the problem, because if they are affected (LibreOffice

If I have a set of lines with 1.5 of line spacing, and apply the option, "Do not add space between paragraphs," the line spacing disappears.

Bastián Díaz

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