Sometimes I create documents with lot of raster images. These images should be equal by width, hight, contrast and brightness. I should select each of image and manually set many parameters. It is heavy, tiresome and boresome.
It would be more better if I cat set these parameters using FormatPaintbrush.
Propose add ability to change image params using FormatPaintbrush.
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in LibO 3.5.0 beta 1 FormatPaintbrush still does nothing for raster images
confirmed, set to NEW and set priority
Workaround for only size and position:
Adjust an image as you want. Open the Styles and Formatting sidebar. Click on the image so that the Frames styles appear. Click on the icon "New Style from Selection" and give it a name. Now you can use this frame style for other images.
Disagree with the suggested solution. It's an abuse of FormatPaintbrush and likely ends up in a mess for many people who don't want to adjust the object parameter. IMHO, this issue is better solved per extension.