There has been a lot of discussion (sometimes rancorous) about the need to have an intrinsic outline function in libreoffice. The model given is M$ Word.
Well, a basic intrinsic outliner could be accomplished with a single button-click.
Make a toggle command button that does NOTHING but change the properties of "Text Body" from "visible" to "invisible."
Then, make that toggle able to be user-pinned to a keystroke.
I get my intrinsic outline right now by going into Styles & Formatting / Text Body / Modify / Font Effects / and then check "Hidden." That hides my text and leaves my outlining alone.
I would LOVE if I could make any style invisible with a keyclick. But I would settle for just Text Body.
IF YOU WANT TO MAKE IT EVEN BETTER:
So let's say I have 8 active styles. I'd hide Text Body with a keyclick, and then I could hide Style 8 with another keyclick? Fantastic! Then Style 7, and so on up the food chain.
Let's ask for UX advice.
I would suggest to mark this as duplicate of one of the outliner issues. And add the idea as suggestion there.
We're replacing our use of the 'ux-advise' component with a keyword:
Component -> LibreOffice
Add Keyword: needsUXEval
Sounds reasonable. I would recommend to implement it somehow similar to layers, the proposal can be found here https://design.blog.documentfoundation.org/2016/07/31/how-the-navigator-may-support-object-handling-in-libreoffice-draw/
Closing this ticket as duplicate of the classic 54772'er ticket.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 54772 ***