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2019-02-07 16:41:12 +0200 asked a question LibreOffice 6.2 manual install — GTK2 instead of GTK3

LibreOffice 6.2 manual install — GTK2 instead of GTK3 I'm on Fedora 29 (using GNOME) and I always fallback to GTK2 by ru

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2018-04-19 18:06:45 +0200 marked best answer Is it possible to highlight only some numbers in a numbered list?

I know how to do this to a whole level, but is it possible to highlight only some numbers (and not the whole entry either) in a numbered list using Writer (without creating really obscure things like faking another list in between of a larger list or restarting the whole list that would later create only headaches to others)? Sort of custom character style just for a single entry?

Instead of long explanations, here's a simple example of what I mean:

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2018-04-19 18:06:40 +0200 commented answer Is it possible to highlight only some numbers in a numbered list?

Thanks, that's a really good and thought-provoking answer! So I take that it's basically impossible to replicate this ki

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2018-04-19 15:00:29 +0200 asked a question Is it possible to highlight only some numbers in a numbered list?

Is it possible to highlight only some numbers in a numbered list? I know how to do this to a whole level, but is it poss

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2017-10-20 10:19:20 +0200 marked best answer ODF 1.2 vs ODF 1.2 extended format

Hi, can someone provide some information or share his/her experience on features that are missing (possible breakages, recommendations) in basic ODF 1.2 format in comparison to the default ODF 1.2 extended (my main concern is Writer)?

I'm looking into using basic ODF 1.2 format mainly in order to get rid of "rsid" tags that pollute documents which I then use in translation software (OmegaT, CafeTran). Usually OCR'ed texts (and most other edited texts) need or have had some tiny corrections and that creates a lot of these tags that show up in my translation software and is just a burden. Right know my fast workaround involves copying the corrected (pre-final) text into plane text and then again into Writer before the final formatting (or sometimes I save it all as .doc and then again as .odt). I've just noticed that ODF 1.2 documents are leaner by default than their extended counterparts.

So is there anything major I should be concerned if choosing basic ODF 1.2? It seems I can't save a fast copy in a different ODF format thus I can't just work in both formats. If it is possible (maybe a headless conversion in Linux between odf-1.2 and odf-1.2 extended?), I would just safely try both formats.

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2017-10-20 10:19:17 +0200 commented question ODF 1.2 vs ODF 1.2 extended format

I can't tell about Apache OO, but the standard 1.2 format in LibreOffice doesn't create those T tags with just rdsid num

2017-10-20 10:09:38 +0200 commented answer ODF 1.2 vs ODF 1.2 extended format

Thank you very much! Yes, this seems to do the thing and I agree that it is the best option to serve my needs as express

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2017-10-19 10:23:00 +0200 asked a question ODF 1.2 vs ODF 1.2 extended format

ODF 1.2 vs ODF 1.2 extended format Hi, can someone provide some information or share his/her experience on features that