Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a list of itens with number markers
2. Click over the number marker
3. All number markers became gray (selected)
4. Right click and select in drop down list to change the Font type
5. Try to change the font type
6. The font doesn't change
The Font type of the numbers markers does't change!
The font of the number marker should change.
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
Version 188.8.131.52.alpha0+ (Build ID: 9601a571d42b0199bdccf2256fc8be82e14af8a)
Date: Mon Feb 18 23:22:17 2013 +0100
Bodhi Linux 2.2
Cannot confirm on Linux, will find someone to check on Windows
Created attachment 75339 [details]
ability to change fonts depends on how numbers created
Hi, I tested this on Windows 8 using Version 184.108.40.206.alpha0+ (Build ID: cad65120c6da901bf9fe33ab16ad22217efed0c. What I found is there are different results when you use Format -> Bullets and Numbering, which results in the error user results.
The alternative is to use the Numbering icon next to the justification option. Then you can click the numbers and change the formats.
> ... What I found is there are different
> results when you use Format -> Bullets and Numbering, which results in the
> error user results.
I can't confirm that numbering font can't be changed with that.
> The alternative is to use the Numbering icon next to the justification
Font can be change with that using steps in comment 0
Tested on LO 220.127.116.11 - Ubuntu 12.04 x86
(In reply to comment #4)
> > ... What I found is there are different
> > results when you use Format -> Bullets and Numbering, which results in the
> > error user results.
> I can't confirm that numbering font can't be changed with that.
Sorry, I meant: I can confirm that numbering font can't be changed with that.
(In reply to Brenda Granados from comment #2)
> Created attachment 75339 [details]
> ability to change fonts depends on how numbers created
If the whole text in this example, where numbering font is different that text font, is changed to another font size and saved as docx, then it's open with different numbering size up to LO 4.3.5.
But, I cannot reproduce it anymore with LO 4.4.0, where it's open with unified numbering size. So, I won't open a new bug, and that's another issue anyway.
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As Brenda explained, results are different for:
numbers created by going to Format → Bullets and Numbering: cannot be changed
numbers created using Numbering icon: can be changed.
Although I don't know whether this is documented somewhere, looks logical, because Format → Bullets and Numbering is used in more complex cases and outline numbering.
If changing that makes sense at all, that should require another enhancement bug.
This one looked like simple changing using Numbering icon. So, I'll close as WFM.