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Subject: [OASIS Issue Tracker] (OFFICE-4084) Inconsistencies in the use of paragraph, character and list styles

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Regina Henschel commented on OFFICE-4084:

Problems still not solved:
 Trash styles, please remove them:
 All styles with naming starting with WW in 'Character' and in 'List' styles. There might be more, but these ones are obvious.

 Inconsistent page styles:
 Part 2 uses "MP0", Part 3 uses "Default Style".
 Styles "MP0" and "Default Style" have different settings for the footer area.
 For ODF 1.2 "Default Style" was used.

 Left and right page margins are too small:
 For ODF 1.2 the margins are Left=Right=3.17cm. Now they are Left=Right=2.54cm.
 The larger margins are needed for printing Letter on DIN A4 paper.

 Missing spacing between Footer area and page text area:
 For ODF 1.2 the spacing is 0,79cm, here it is 0cm.
 That results in the ugly format, that the footer text is immediately under the body test.

> Inconsistencies in the use of paragraph, character and list styles
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: OFFICE-4084
>                 URL: https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-4084
>             Project: OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: Part (Formula), Part (Introduction), Part (Packages), Part (Schema)
>    Affects Versions: ODF 1.3 CS02
>            Reporter: Francis Cave
>            Priority: Major
>              Labels: editorial
>             Fix For: ODF 1.4
> All three Parts exhibit similar problems, of which the main cases are:
>  * Two or more styles being used for the same purpose within a draft, e.g. the paragraph styles âText Bodyâ and âDefault Styleâ both being used for body text.
>  * New styles being introduced in later drafts, e.g. the conditional paragraph style âAppendix Headingâ being replaced by the non-conditional paragraph style âAppendixHeading1â in CSD02 only.
>  * Styles being dropped in later drafts, e.g. the paragraph style âDefault Valueâ, applied to paragraphs that contain default attribute values, was somehow removed from Part 3 in WD13-03 onwards.
>  * Many styles whose purpose is unclear and which appear to overlap other styles, e.g. in Part 3 there are four character styles âAttribute Valueâ, âAttribute Value Fragmentâ, âAttribute Value Instanceâ and âAttribute Value Paramâ. Another example: Part 4 contains list styles âExample Numberingâ, âNumbering 1â and âNumbering 5â (what happened to âNumbering 2â, ââ 3â and ââ 4â?).
>  * Poor naming of styles, e.g. the character style âFurmula Subâ [sic] in Part 3, and inconsistent use of title case in style names.
>  * Lack of stability in style definitions, which seem to change, especially in CSD01 and CSD02, e.g. changes to space above and below paragraphs, font sizes, background colors, etc.

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