[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 87604] Table of Contents should retain direct formatting ( and character style)

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Sat Aug 19 11:43:21 UTC 2017


--- Comment #13 from Regina Henschel <rb.henschel at t-online.de> ---
(In reply to Walter from comment #11)
> May I suggest this workaround: That the TOC maintains any character styles
> present in the paragraph styles used to generate the TOC.
> This would enable the user to specify which particular character formatting
> he/she wants to be visible in the TOC and discrimination between desired and
> undesired formatting would be easier.

No, that is not the problem. You can already determine a character style in the
paragraph style of a TOC line. The request here is, that <text:span> elements,
which hold the direct formatting or formatting by character style for a portion
of the text in the heading, are retained in the TOC, so that such portion of
text can get a different styling then the rest of the line.

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