I do have 'block outline' specified as next style. So something else is
Probably you and Philip Jackson are right that the "correct" thing is to
have two different styles.
I've also experimented with including space beneath the paragraph in the
style def and then using the soft return (shift-return) option when I
didn't want the extra space.
Still, it would be most convenient if 'two enters' didn't kick me out of
the style. The other work-arounds all involve extra steps, especially
when I want the flexibility within a given document.
Thanks for the inputs.
On 12/16/22 11:57, W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof. wrote:
When editing a paragraph style, in the 'Organizer' tab you can specify 'Next style'. Is that set to
be your custom 'block outline' style? I don't really understand why two Enters would kick you out
if one doesn't.
A style purist would say that you should define a separate style with greater spacing, rather than
using blank paragraphs.
From: Eric Beversluis<email@example.com>
Sent: December 16, 2022 11:20
Subject: [libreoffice-users] double-spacing within an outline
I have a custom outline style that I call 'block outline' because it
doesn't use bullets or alphanumerics to head the different levels.
It's set to single space. But there are times I want to double
space--e.g., to make a greater break between "paragraphs" at a given
outline level. But when I hit enter/return twice I get kicked out of my
custom outline style.
Is this a "feature" of LO Writer outlining or is there some setting that
will keep me in the current outline style when I add an extra line
spacing? (The only thing that works now is to single space, add some new
text, and then go to the start of that "paragraph" and hit enter/return
Using Ubuntu 20.04 and LO 184.108.40.206 on Dell XPS.
Eric Beversluis www.ericbeversluis.com Forthcoming: /For Love of a Father/
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