Created attachment 167385 [details]
Use 'Formatted Dummy Text' extension (or add some CS on top of another) with derived attributes and find the derived property not shown in the SI.
In the example, "Eins/1." has a CS German with font effect underline single green. "French" CS is derived from this CS (create from at this style or drag and drop).
Created attachment 167812 [details]
Screenshot of style inspector and formatted dummy text
I used 'Formatted Dummy Text' (thank you for that hint), but style inspector doesn't show any character styles.
Is the cursor in the list? There should be at least some direct formatting for the list ID.
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #2)
> Is the cursor in the list? There should be at least some direct formatting
> for the list ID.
Sorry, I'm actually not familiar enough with Style Inspector. Now I confirm it. But I would also ask about the expected result. I would expect, that hierarchy is displayed in the same way as in hierarchical view in the style tab of the sidebar. PS in style inspector doesn't display it in that way (as far as I can see). and makes it more unclear to me.
Actually I'm surprised that it works. Nested character styles are requested in bug 115311. Regarding the SI I expect the hierarchy to be shown like with PS- all CSs are listed but overridden attributes greyed out.
Heiko, can you please expand the initials CS and SI in your first comment?
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #4)
> Regarding the SI I expect the hierarchy to be shown like with
> PS- all CSs are listed but overridden attributes greyed out.
Note that for CS, unlike PS, *two* hierarchies exist at the same time:
* An inheritance hierarchy (the same as with PS); it indeed should be shown consistently with PS;
* A hierarchy of *nested text runs*. Actually, this hierarchy suggests nesting not only CS, but also direct CF, which would indeed complicate the layout ... but it's inevitable. We should think over the implementation of display for that.
(In reply to Eyal Rozenberg from comment #5)
> Heiko, can you please expand the initials CS and SI in your first comment?
CS = Character Style
PS = Paragraph Style
SI = Styles Inspector