When you go in the Font tab, you can specify a size in points by
entering a value followed by "pt" (ex 14pt). This will flip the display
from percentage to points. You could also put a percentage value (ex
130%) to flip back to a percentage. This seems to work only for
children styles where the percentage is versus the font size defined
for the parent. It looks like the panel "remembers" so when you open
again it shows the same units as the ones you entered (not sure if it
is remembered from session to session - something to try later).
I hope this helps.
Le lundi 22 novembre 2021 à 23:50 +0100, Philip Jackson a écrit :
LO 22.214.171.124 in Ubuntu 20.4
Normally over the years with all my Writer documents I've been able
to set font sizes in pts for H1, H2, H3, H4 etc heading styles with
no problems. In the past couple of weeks I've come across documents
where the font sizes are specified as % for these heading styles
(other styles appear to be still directly set in pt values).
I've not been able to find any reference to this in the help files.
Is there a way to drop the % settings and revert to direct setting in
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