[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 70759] Apply Style toolbar "Clear formatting" action sets "Text Body" instead of "Default Style" from LO 4.1+

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Wed Jun 7 04:03:52 UTC 2017


--- Comment #26 from Yousuf Philips (jay) <philipz85 at hotmail.com> ---
(In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #24)
> Yes discussions were as I'd linked in comment 18, but still need to finalize
> bug 47295, do we default style to "Default" aka "Standard" or to "Text Body"
> as caused by the changed list?

Oh okay. I didnt think samuel's change there caused the change regression.

> Better question might be why, when creating a new paragraph, do we pick up
> "Default" (ex. Standard) rather than "Text Body"?  And accept that when
> clearing formatting "Text Body" is the correct format (though it needs
> adjustment as in bug 94464).

Well the default template starts off with "Default" for paragraphs, so that is
automatically used unless you create a new paragraph by pressing enter from a
heading style, wherein which the newly paragraph takes on "Text Body". So if we
dont use "Text Body" by default, we should change heading styles' next style to

(In reply to Jon Grossart from comment #25)
> In doing reading of how to format "properly", it seems like "Default" should
> only be used to set font family/size, and not really used at in the document.
> It would seem like the default format in a new document should be "Text
> Body" rather than "Default".

With all previously created documents using "Default" and MS Word using
"Normal" which maps to LO's "Default", i would keep "Default" as the default.

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