Non-applied styles Default Style, Heading are listed as applied styles.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Under Fedora 29, use provided sample document, in which Heading 1 is the only applied style.
2. Under Side bar -> Styles, select Applied styles;
3. Under Find & Replace – other options, select only Paragraph Styles.
Non-applied styles Default Style, Heading are exhibited under step 2. and 3. under Find list.
Non-applied styles cannot be reported as applied styles.
User Profile Reset: Yes
Build ID: 184.108.40.206-4.fc29
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.19; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: en-GB (en_GB.UTF-8); Calc: group threaded
Created attachment 148066 [details]
Confirmed on Windows builds as well.
Heading 1 'inherits' from Heading which 'inherits' from Default. So reason for their presence as "Applied Styles" is fathomable--but I agree they probably do not belong on the filtered list. Only Heading 1 should show as applied.
Other UX-advise opinion?
The Default style is always in the list of applied styles even for newly created documents. Adding a H1 borrows the parent Heading, same is true for Title, a Drawing takes Caption with it, a List the Text Body, etc.
(In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #2)
> Only Heading 1 should show as applied.
Agreed, but Default too at any time.
We had a similar discussion about hidden styles that are like Applied not a category alike the other entries in that dropdown but a special filter. If we expose those two as separate checkboxes and have a tree by default that is reduced (or better greyed out) depending on the checked options, the situation is much clearer.
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #3)
> (In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #2)
> > Only Heading 1 should show as applied.
> Agreed, but Default too at any time.
Since the origin of the present situation (inheritance) IMO enhancement rather than bug. But ...