Default Styles in Writer

Samuel Mehrbrodt s.mehrbrodt at
Thu Dec 6 07:36:09 PST 2012

Hi Niklas,

Somehow I missed your post on UX-Advise. Anyway, thanks for the 
information, that's helpful to me.
I'll have a look at it when I've got some time.


Am 06.12.2012 12:55, schrieb Niklas Johansson:
> Hi Samuel
> This is pretty much the issue I tried to raise in the UX-discussion.
> - Applied styles are shown in the ComboBox (a good thing)
> - A style that is the basis for another style is seen as Applied
>   and is thus shown in the ComboBox (what I questioned)
> - The Default Style is the basis for all other styles (not a bad thing)
>   and thus it is *always* shown in the ComboBox (not so nice)
> An important point, I believe, is that, if in fact the Default Style
> is explicitly used in the document it should be shown in the
> ComboBox.
> So, for this to work I believe the logic behind what is added in the
> ComboBox at run time needs to changed. I wouldn't mind being
> proven wrong though. ;)
> Nice job with the default set of styles though.
> Regards,
> Niklas Johansson
> Samuel Mehrbrodt skrev 2012-12-06 09:33:
>> Hi,
>> I have submitted a patch changing the list of default Styles in the
>> Toolbar in Writer [1].
>> Now, we [2] also wanted to remove the entry "Default Style" from the
>> list, but removing "Standard" in the code didn't do that.
>> Can anyone point me in the right direction where this is added?
>> Thanks,
>> Samuel
>> [1]
>> [2]
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