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[libreoffice-users] Libreoffice extension XML tags


I've got custom built files that are failing ODT validation. One of these
failures is for loext:contextual-spacing

Is there documentation similar to the ODF specification for Libre Office
extensions? All I'm finding are discussions about the issue, and actual
code that is apparently what's IN libreoffice. I'm looking for the spec
that shows what tags this field is allowed under, and what the allowed
values are. I see mentions this field is confirmed to be part of the ODF
1.3 spec (which I'm assuming means it (will) require renaming to something
like text:contextual-spacing) , but I don't see any list or syntax for ODF
1.3.

Thanks!

Michael Hart

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