So we can set a list style in the Styles & Formatting deck of the sidebar, but no means to unset the style in the sidebar. A user would need to open the paragraph dialog, and in the 'outline & numbering tab', set numbering style to 'none'.
So there are multiple ways that this could be achieved.
1) Add a 'none' entry to the list
2) Add a context menu option to clear the style
3) Add an option in the style group button to clear the style
Properties > Style and Styles > Character Style know the "default style" entry. But the default for lists is rather none. I think 1) is the cleanest solution.
Proposing this as an easyhack.
I also vote for variant 1) with a 'none' or 'no list' entry in the list styles list as this would be similar to the 'default character' style (aka non-character style) in the character styles list. Also this new entry could be re-used as command in toolbars, etc.
*** Bug 114904 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Philips (jay) from comment #0)
> So we can set a list style in the Styles & Formatting deck of the sidebar,
> but no means to unset the style in the sidebar. A user would need to open
> the paragraph dialog, and in the 'outline & numbering tab', set numbering
> style to 'none'.
Search for Ctrl+Shift+F12 - that is the command you need.(In reply to Yousuf
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #4)
> Search for Ctrl+Shift+F12 - that is the command you need.
Yes the .uno:RemoveBullets command is definitely what Thomas was hoping for in bug 114904.