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Subject: Re: [office] Errata Draft 14
Hello Michael, Impressive list of fixes :) [...] > A7) The boolean "text:enable-numbering" paragraph property is missing > (would go into section 15.5. It controls whether a paragraph contain in > a draing object is numbered. See also B2). Do you mean "a paragraph contained in a drawing object"? Why is a separate boolean needed for those, given that there are already ways to control whether paragraphs should be numbered or not? (both at the paragraph level and at the style level) [more on this issue under B2] > Class B issues > ============== > B1) "style:writing-mode" should also be an attribute of > "<style:table-properties>" and "<style:section-properties>". OK > B2) A graphic style may contain a full list style, that is > <text:list-style> may be contained in a <style:graphic-properties> > element. The reason is that graphic styles in presentation documents may > include the definition of list styles that are applied to the text of > for instance a text box. These list styles do not appear in the UI as a > style of its own, but are a simple setting of a graphic style. Since > real styles may not reference automatic styles, it is required to > include the list style settings in the graphic style itself. A > <text:list-style> contained in a <style:graphic-properties> element must > not have a <text:name> attribute. > > Whether the list style is applied to a certain paragraph that is > contained in a drawing object is controlled by the > "text:enable-numbering" property described in A7). Surely this text must have a real style:style too (user-defined or automatic), to define its formatting. Why isn't the list-style taken from that style, as usual? It seems strange to me to have a specific mechanism for (lists in) a text box when there is already a flexible mechanism for the general case... You mention "real styles can't reference automatic styles". Yes, but how is "this graphic style includes bullets" different from saying "this graphic style includes a font of size 20"? I wonder if it wouldn't be simpler to not include anything text related in the graphics style, and use a usual style for that instead. > one may add the full > <style:text-properties> element to the <style:list-level-style-*> > elements in addition to <style:list-level-properties>. OK > C2) To cover this situation, an additional attribute "text:use-outline-level" > is required. OK -- David Faure, email@example.com, sponsored by Trolltech to work on KDE, Konqueror (http://www.konqueror.org), and KOffice (http://www.koffice.org).