[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 94369] New: Default set of Impress graphic styles

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            Bug ID: 94369
           Summary: Default set of Impress graphic styles
           Product: LibreOffice
           Version: Master
          Hardware: Other
                OS: All
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: enhancement
          Priority: medium
         Component: ux-advise
          Assignee: libreoffice-bugs at lists.freedesktop.org
          Reporter: philipz85 at hotmail.com
                CC: libreoffice-ux-advise at lists.freedesktop.org

Similar to proposing a new set of default cell styles for Calc (bug 90937), a
new set of default graphic styles are needed for Impress, which will also be
available in Draw.

The list of graphic styles can be broken down into what i would classify as
shape styles and textbox styles. Shape styles focus on line and area properties
but can also include text properties, while textbox style focus on text
properties, but can also include line and area properties.

Shape Styles (atleast how i see it :D)

== Line Styles ==

Dimension Line: Used by 'Dimension Line' and is a line style with a black line
with start and end arrows

Object without fill: Used by line objects like 'Line', 'Line Ends with Arrow',
and 'Line 45*' and is a line style with no fill and black line.

Object with arrow: Thick black line with start arrow

== Non-Line Styles ==

Object with no fill and no line: Quite useless as a shape style unless it is
meant to intentionally hide an shape from view

Object with shadow: blue fill, dark blue border, and shadow

Textbox Styles

== Text-Only ==

First line indent: 0.24", 18pt (inherited)
Heading: 24pt
Heading 1: 18pt bold
Heading 2: 14pt bold italics
Text: no fill, no line, 18pt (inherited)
Text body: no fill, no line, 16pt
Text body justified: no fill, no line, justified, 18pt (inherited)
Title: no fill, no line, 44pt

== Text and Shape ==

Title1: green fill, no line, 24pt, shadow
Title2: light orange fill, blue border, 36pt, centered, shadow


All the styles directly inheriting from Default, so it might be useful to have
some styles inheriting from others. But the main focus that i think that is
needed is to improve the shape styles with some good defaults.

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