Spacing between footnote number and text should be fixed. A single backspace should remove it
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open the attached file
2. Place cursor in footnote (text) after "C"
3. Press backspace 2x
Cursor directly after numbering
Second backspace should be ignored. Yes, it can be resolved but undo.. but this this really OK?
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The paragraph style "Footnote" has an indentation for the first line in order to achieve a distance to the number. With backspace you "clear" this indentation, same happens in other paragraphs too, which is understood as a convenience feature. Pretty sure we had this before... Cor, Stuart, Mike: Your take?
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #2)
> The paragraph style "Footnote" has an indentation for the first line in
> order to achieve a distance to the number. With backspace you "clear" this
> indentation, same happens in other paragraphs too, which is understood as a
> convenience feature. Pretty sure we had this before... Cor, Stuart, Mike:
> Your take?
Hmmm.. will look back.. It might be me.. What's the case where you want to 'ignore' the spacing. Idea of style to produce consistency?
For me it's more, argue.. hold on backspace to long again..
Had this topic at the design meeting. The idea has not got support, the behavior is by-design.