John Kaufmann schrieb am 25.07.2021 um 15:49:
On 2021-07-23 20:30, Regina Henschel wrote:
Steve Edmonds schrieb am 18.07.2021 um 23:05:
Is it possible to set Writer callout text paragraph style (or default
settings, if so where please.
This is to avoid having to change the font and left hand offset in
every line callout one at a time.
No, it is not possible. Using the legacy callouts or the custom shape
callouts makes no difference. You get always a shape and in Writer
neither for the shape itself nor for the text in the shape styles are
possible. You can only use direct formatting in Writer.
Your distinction between legacy callouts and custom shape callouts
implies that the basic idea has been around for some time, and special
callout shapes were added later. Do you recall when it started, and at
what point someone was moved to add custom shapes?
The legacy callouts are a kind of text box. They exists from the
beginning in StarOffice. Custom shapes are introduced in OpenOffice.org
2.0. They are part of the change from OpenOffice XML to ODF 1.0.
In order to
understand the issue (and any possible deficiencies) further, I would
(4) try to understand when and why Vertical Callouts were added to the
Drawing toolbar (but not made visible).
They are visible, if you have enabled support for East Asian languages
in Tools > Options > Language Settings > Languages > Asian.
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