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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005367||Scribus||Import / Export||public||2007-02-19 04:34||2007-02-19 04:35|
|Platform||x86||OS||Debian Linux||OS Version||Sarge/Etch|
|Summary||0005367: text import filters behave strangely when applying styles to a few paragraphs|
|Description||Text import is messed up when applying styles to only some paragraphs. See the first two frames in the attached doc. I imported this file:|
first applying style "New Style" to paragraphs starting with 'b' (first frame in doc), then to those starting with '*' (second frame). Applying the style to all paragraphs (third frame) works as expected. The problems in the first two cases are:
- the lines _after_ the styled paragraphs get a fill color of "none," meaning they're invisible,
- the styled lines don't really get styled properly (smaller text) unless they're at the beginning of the frame ("bob" in the first frame), and
- there's something else weird about linespacing that I can't pin down. I colorized the invisible text in the second attached doc so you can see this part.
|Steps To Reproduce||- Import the file dumped above; apply "New Style" to paras. starting with 'b' without removing match|
- Repeat matching '*'
-> wrong formatting
|Additional Information||This does _not_ happen if you first apply another style to all paras and then selectively change a few with the next filter line.|
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