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This isn't so much a problem as a curiosity.

Running Libre Office on Ubuntu linux 23.10.

In Writer, very simple format that matches most submission requirements, nothing fancy. New paragraphs get indented with a tab. Very often, not quite always, There's a little green squiggle under the first character, double quotes for dialogue, or a word, narration. That little green squiggle means Writer has a question or suggestion about something. If I left click on it, very often it tells me I should delete the white space in front of it.

I'm confused. Does Writer know from paragraphs or not? Is there something I should be doing to signify a new paragraph other than tab?

Thank you.


Chris Johnson
Ex SysAdmin, now, writer /When the mind is opened, the spirit is freed and the body matters not.
/(Monk from StarGate; SG-1)

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