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Re: [libreoffice-users] Multiple newlines


At 01:16 21/07/2020 -0400, John Kaufmann wrote:
You sent me to do something I should have done before asking the question: examine a hex dump of an ODT content.xml file. I see what you mean about "no codes": A paragraph is just a text string between XML bounds <text:p ...> and </text:p>, and a line break (inside the paragraph bounds) is just <text:line-break/>.

Actually, I don't think they are even that: those are just how they are represented in Open Document Format. Remember that documents files can be saved from LibreOffice is other formats too. I think what you have in the editing window at the end of a paragraph is defined not by how it will be represented in any saved file but by its properties in the window - in other words, what you can do with it and how you do it. And the answer to that is simply a "paragraph break" and a "line break".

Brian Barker

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