Created attachment 70787 [details]
How to reproduce:
* Create a new Writer document
* Type "First Heading" (without quotes) on the first line; select "First Heading" and give it style 'Heading 1'
* Type "Second Heading" (without quotes) on the second line; give it style Heading 2;
* Go to "Styles and formatting ('Format' -> 'Styles and formatting')
* Select the text "Second Heading" in the document
* Click with your right click on Heading 1 in the 'Styles and formatting' window (with "Second heading" still selected in your document) -> Modify...
* Go to tab 'Font Effects', now you'll see a preview on the word "Second Heading"... but that word isn't an example of Style 'Heading 1'... it's an example of 'Heading 2'
What I think it should be:
* All previous steps, but the last step with a preview of a 'Heading 1' formatted header
I'm not really sure this is a bug, or this is intended behavior.
Tested under Mac OSX 10.8.2; Version 220.127.116.11.alpha1+ (Build ID: b75e9576bfaf9f95532f2a9d6917cffbf37a57e) (=latest daily build for Mac OSX)
@Jan Holesovsky: I found this because I was testing your new feature (The "Apply Style" combo box in the toolbar now features previews of the styles to choose. (Jan Holesovsky)). I assume you have knowledge of this matter. If this isn't a bug, or you're not interested: I'm sorry to add you to this bug.
I can't reproduce this with Version 18.104.22.168.alpha0+ (Build ID: dfd474710f959dcf78038deb990c3618b467ec6)
Marking as WORKSFORME. If you still see this with current master open it back up as UNCONFIRMED.
Thanks for reporting :)