I have been noticing a great deal that the line spacing number I constantly change from 1.0 gets changed to 1.1. Why? The editor is not set as such. I am thinking this is a bug.
It would be good to know how we can arrive at this same result. Here is the procedure I would use to test this, so you can try it yourself, and then add any notes where you are doing things different:
- Create a new blank project for testing purposes.
- Type in a few words into the starter document, and note the line-height setting in the toolbar. Is it 1.0?
- If not, go into
File ▸ Options...and under Editing: Formatting, ensure you default settings are correct.
- If so, try doing some editing tasks that you might commonly do, particularly those where line-height might change, such as adding an image or switching styles.
- If not, go into
If everything seems solid in this test project, then go back to your main project and try again, but this time in a fresh binder item that you create just for testing. Follow the above procedure and look for differences.
The editor is not set as such. I am thinking this is a bug.
It’s a bit of a picky note, but to make sure we’re on the same page, the editor itself does not have a setting. Rather, as in most word processor oriented programs, each paragraph (or line) has its own setting. Thus you can change one paragraph to 2.0, then return to 1.0, or have a hundred different settings throughout a document.
Saying it was a bug does not mean I was being rude. I was just putting my cards on the table. What I may end up doing is starting over and copy and paste my work over to a new project. Switching to dark mode, not all the text was white. If everything is working as it sounds from what you have written, my issue could be a bad importing transition. Thanks for your time.
Select a paragraph you like and go to Options->Editing->Formatting to make that paragraph format the default. Then apply that to all documents by selecting documents and using Document->Convert->Convert to Default Formatting.