Last post by nightshift - March 28, 2023, 12:10:06 AM
Ok, the topic title probably isn't correct, but I had a hard time thinking of how to state the problem succinctly. Using 1.5.6 on Debian. I have a document that has quite a few paragraph styles mainly being used for titles, headings, and body text, which covers the font, font size, line spacing etc.
What I want to do is create a number of character styles for changing just the font color, or adding emphasis, and be able to apply those to select words regardless of the paragraph style applied. IE, I have a heading style that is 18pt text, automatic line spacing and a few other settings, and I have a body text style that is 12pt, align to baseline, indents defined. I want to create a character style that would, in effect, change just the selected text red and be able to apply that to either paragraph style, without disturbing the size, font and spacing already set.
Is this possible, or do I need to create a character style for each paragraph style that this change might get applied to?
Last post by AdmFubar - March 27, 2023, 10:25:08 PM
Backups are a real necessity, writing to ssd's actually wears them out. I personally trust old spinning rust more than a solid state drive. I have a couple of server grade drives (HGST) 1800 days of service and no errors yet...