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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2
    • Component/s: Text
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    • Environment:

      ODF 1.2 cd02

    • Proposal:
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      replace with:
      "If this attribute is present for a paragraph style, and if the paragraph style is applied to a paragraph by an user interface action, then office applications shall convert the paragraph into a heading of the given level."

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      replace with: "If this attribute is present for a paragraph style, and if the paragraph style is applied to a paragraph by an user interface action, then office applications shall convert the paragraph into a heading of the given level."
    • Resolution:
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      As presently written:

      The style:default-outline-level attribute specifies a default outline level for a style with the family paragraph.
      If the style:default-outline-level attribute is present in a paragraph style, and if an implementations assigns this paragraph style to a paragraph or heading, then the implementation should replace the paragraph or heading with a heading of the specified level, which has the same content and attributes as the original paragraph or heading.

      Note: This attribute does not modify the behavior of <text> or <text:h> elements, but only instructs an implementation to create one or the other when assigning a paragraph style as a result of user interface action while the document is edited.
      The style:default-outline-level attribute value can be empty. If empty, this attribute does not inherit a list style value from a parent style.

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      As presently written: The style:default-outline-level attribute specifies a default outline level for a style with the family paragraph. If the style:default-outline-level attribute is present in a paragraph style, and if an implementations assigns this paragraph style to a paragraph or heading, then the implementation should replace the paragraph or heading with a heading of the specified level, which has the same content and attributes as the original paragraph or heading. Note: This attribute does not modify the behavior of <text > or <text:h> elements, but only instructs an implementation to create one or the other when assigning a paragraph style as a result of user interface action while the document is edited. The style:default-outline-level attribute value can be empty. If empty, this attribute does not inherit a list style value from a parent style.

      Description

      17.473 style:default-outline-level

      <quote>
      If this attribute is present and it is assigned to a paragraph by user interface action of , an office application, then the paragraph is displayed as a heading of the given outline level.
      </quote>

      the paragraph should not merely be displayed as a heading, it should become a heading.
      i much prefer the old draft6 version, as it also clarifies a potentially confusing situation:

      <quote>
      If this attribute exists for a paragraph style, and if the paragraph style is assigned to a paragraph by an user interface action, then office applications should convert the paragraph into a heading of the given level. However, the attribute has no effect to the differentiation of headings and paragraphs in the file format itself. The differentiation between headings and paragraphs still takes place by using either a <text:h> or a <text> element. If a <text> element references a paragraph style that has a style:default-outline-level attribute, the paragraph remains a paragraph and will not become a heading.
      </quote>

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
              Reporter:
              ms43 Michael Stahl (Inactive)
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