At the bottom of the Modify Style dialogue there are several buttons which functions are not documented.
In order to open the dialogue:
(a) Open list of styles with F11.
(b) Choose style type (paragraph, character, …) at the top of the style list.
(c) Right click on a style and choose Modify…
These buttons are displayed at the bottom of the dialogue: OK, Apply, Cancel, Reset and Standard. In the help I did not found a description how these buttons work. Expected: The functions of the buttons should be documented in the help because the functions are not self-explaining.
As far as I tested the buttons, these are the functions.
[a] OK: Changes of all tabs are saved, dialogue is closed.
[b] Apply: Changes of all tabs are saved, dialogue is not closed.
[c] Cancel: Changes of all tabs are not saved, dialogue is closed.
[d] Reset: Changes of current tab are undone but not saved, dialogue is not closed.
[e] Standard: Changes of current tab are reset to inherited values but not saved, dialogue is not closed. (Button not available for page and list styles)
Furthermore I propose to display tips with the function of each button, if the cursor rests on a button.
Yup... => NEW
indeed the function of Reset and Standard may be confusing
for the tool tips, see bug #122479