Does anyone know this?
The default numbering style gives left-aligned numbers and very little
tab spacing behind or in front of the numbers, causing weird behaviour
when the number changes from 9. to 10. in some fonts.
I can change the style but apparently I have to change it every time I
make a new list.
When you edit the paragraph style, there is not such a section as for
the formatting options of bullets and numbering.
You can edit or select a numbering style for the default style, but that
means EVERYTHING turns into a numbered or bulleted list.
I don't want the style to "be" a list, I want the format options for its
list to be different, at least.
Regular lists do not belong to a different style, they are still the
How do I apply this to the default style, or, program wide? Preferably
the default style (or any style really).
I have now solved it by creating a new style exclusively for lists.
The style inherits from the default style and takes List1 as the list
thing. But I messed up the list1 by changing stuff for 1-10 in one go,
now I have to redo everything and for every level I haven't used yet.
But now at least levels 1 and 2 are to my liking.
Now I will probably need to learn how to export styles so these changes
don't get lost.
But seeing the amount of times I install or work on new systems, what
can I do? Am I supposed to keep a personalized LibreOffice git
repository or something because this takes so much time getting it
Love to hear your thoughts.
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