« Last post by a.l.e on March 17, 2017, 04:13:04 pm »
utnik, in my test i could not get the lines to render of the baseline and the ascender, which might mean that it works or that it does not work... depending on the goal (and on the font).
…garry's hint is a hugly hack but might work for you (it does not seem to work in 1.5 anymore, though)
GrantCee, there's a bit of a trick that you can use to get what I think you are after.
* First select the text and turn the "underline" on in "PP / Text / Colour and Effects" (or "Basic Formatting" if you're making a style). You can change the displacement and width by long-clicking the Underline icon.
* Then turn the "Strike Out" on in the same place. Long-click the "Strike Out" icon to change the displacement (press down to get 100%, which looks fine) and width as appropriate.
You can experiment with different displacements and widths to get things as you want them and you should get something like what's in my attached examples.
This isn't quite a "proper" way of doing this but it works well enough for most purposes.
Edit: P.S. This only works for single-line paragraphs. It doesn't work to "top and tail" multi-line paragraphs.