On 14/07/20 7:06 am, Gilles wrote:
Possibly first you need to make sure that there is no direct formatting
applied to the paragraphs as this will override the style setting.
Note that clearing direct formatting will clear any bolding/italics and
Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote
It does as it says: it updates the *currently selected paragraph*
according to changes made through direct formatting.
Say you've selected a paragraph that is in Text Body paragrah style. You
set its font DejaVu Sans 14. If you click the button, the underlying
Text Body style is set accordingly, thus every paragraph with this style
is immediately updated.
Thanks but I still don't get it:
1. Selected paragraph set as "Default Style" in Arial Unicode MS 11
2. Styles > Edit Styles
3 . Changed to Liberation Serif 11
4. Hit "Apply": The other paragraphs set as "Default Style" aren't updated
(ie. still in Arial Unicode MS 11)
5. Hit OK
6. Styles > Update Selected Style: No change.
Regardless, is there a way to have LO Writer change all paragraphs set in
"Default Style" to "Text Body"? That's my main issue at this point.
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