03.07.2016 u 08:13, Kruno je napisao/la:
02.07.2016 u 23:17, charles meyer je napisao/la:
Now, the tricky part.
How do I make that straight line thicker?
In Libre Writer, I’ve opened Insert > Horizontal Line and it inserts a
line but I don’t see how you can make that line thicker?
Use styles and there find paragraph style 'Horizontal line'. Right
click it and choose 'Modify'.
Next step is choose 'Border' tab and there you can choose line style
('style' filed) and thickness under a 'width' field. Try input 1 pt
(or more) and click 'Apply'.
Although, it sometimes seams that LO doesn't show fine differences in
line widths: I can't see the difference between line of 0.1 pt and
0.25 pt which is bad...
It shows fine differences in line widths, I was wrong. It just uses line
style with two parallel lines by default (===). But when that is changed
to one solid line (---), difference in line width is noticeable.
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