I wanted to remove all underlines from the text in a draw document. I tried "select all" and various text options, with inconsistent results. I managed to delete the underlines and change the font on one page. I haven't been able to reproduce this on the other pages, or reverse this on the one page, so I now have a total mess.
I also have a mess with colors, other formatting, etc...
Same bug exists in OO as in LO.
Created attachment 117110 [details]
Note the different fonts on different pages [mostly Liberation Serif on one, mostly probably Ariel on the other], and the difficulty of editing fonts.
In the future to avoid such a situation, it would be wise to use styles from the beginning. Then you could simply edit the style, Font effects - toggle underlining on and off.
I don't know, why you think "Select all" would enable text editing through separate shapes.
I don't see a bug here, so closing.
> In the future to avoid such a situation, it would be wise to use styles from the beginning.
I disable styles, autoformat, etc. because in my experience, if I don't disable styles, autoformat, etc., the software keeps changing what I typed, adds unwanted formatting in the wrong places, and makes it impossible to consistently recreate the right formatting. How is enabling that "wise"?
> I don't know, why you think "Select all" would enable text editing through separate shapes.
Because having to individually select and edit 1,400 text frames is an arm-destroying pain.
Reopened, because making it harder for users to use LibreOffice Draw is a bug.
I have arm injuries, and this worsens them.
Ok, the issue could be solved in a different way: enabling find & replace by format, like in Writer (Other options in the F&R dialog).
Then you could find by underline and replace by regular.
Changing summary and setting to NEW. I could not find duplicates.
I would not accept your original proposal to enable editing text in all selected shapes at once.
Find/Replace would be very useful, especially if it can be extended to colors, etc.
I still think it's confusing that "select all" doesn't allow these edits though.
As of 3.3.1 it was possible to mass-edit text, change fonts, etc. in all text frames, to ensure consistent formatting across text frames, in a document using the workaround discussed in bug #34749.
A find and replace option would be a better long-term solution, of course.
As of 188.8.131.52 it is no longer possible and not yet again possible to mass-edit text in LibreOffice Draw. Users must manually select and edit text in each frame, which may involve selecting and editing dozens of frames.
The fix to bug #34749 has solved one bug, but created another.
My bad. "Select All" and Format > Character go a long way to solve this.
Same comment as in bug 92584, comment 5.
Don't see a big reason to distinguish between Format and Attribute. => dup
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 92584 ***