Subject: Re: [office] User-defined character and paragraph styles
On Wednesday 02 April 2008, Warren Turkal wrote: > For ODF 2.0+, it might make sense to only allow character properties > in a paragraph style by referring to a named character style. This was definitely not my intention (breaking compatibility). I only meant: while adding the "referring to a named character style" feature, we could either: 1) say that when doing that, no text-properties are allowed (they all come from the character style) 2) or say that it's allowed to have both text-style-name="..." and <text-properties> in order to overwrite some stuff in the parag style. But on top of this, doing things like all existing documents do (<text-properties> only) is certainly fine and I see no reason to ever forbid it. For user-defined styles it's fine, especially since not all applications expose users to named character styles, and for auto-styles it makes things easier anyway. -- David Faure, firstname.lastname@example.org, sponsored by Trolltech to work on KDE, Konqueror (http://www.konqueror.org), and KOffice (http://www.koffice.org).