Can a character style not have an associated font?
The built- in character styles have associated fonts. I am going through and manually changing all of them in every template I use to match the font in the “default paragraph style” or “Heading” style (whichever is appropriate), but this seems absurdly time-consuming. It also forces me to not use the same character style to modify body text and headings, so I suspect that I will eventually have to make duplicates of lots of character styles just to use a different font, which seems silly.
I just saw this relevant question, but the answer claims that “The [Style and formatting] dialog shows a lot of properties, but that are the inherited values”, but almost all character styles in my template use the Liberation Sans or Liberation Serif font even though that font is used in none of my paragraph styles. They also inherit from “none”, so I have no idea where this font choice came from.
Does the dialog just always show Liberation fonts if none is set?