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|0015776||Scribus||Styles||public||2019-08-18 18:39||2019-08-19 18:54|
|Summary||0015776: allow user to enter special characters in paragraph effect prefix/suffix|
|Description||I think it would be very useful to be able to add a tab as \t in the effect prefix/suffix for bulleted or numbered lists|
The parser could also allow to specify special characters with \xnn or the likes.
This easy parsing would solve the awful need to add tabs at the beginning of every numbered paragraph, and also helps in places where this is not easy to do (eg. tables of contents formatted with a numbered style)
i don't think that letting the user add a \t is the good solution.
it should probably be a setting / checkbox that enables the automatic insertion of a tab.
||I think the parser is easier to adapt to different contexts: prefix / suffix is two, but then the bullet could be managed the same, and even item attributes (which end up in the TOC)|