Paragraph Line Spacing?

Using the Beta, how do I tell it to give me 1.5 or 2 lines at the end of a paragraph? In Word, it’s Format - Paragraph - Spacing.


Info at the link should make it clear:

I see how to set it. I just can’t get it to stick as a style. The style doesn’t seem to remember the line spacing. It seems to only retain the font data, not the paragraph data.

You may have it set as a character Style.


No, that’s not it… I’ve got that right.
Perhaps it’s a Beta bug. I am running the Beta.

The style looks like (if the editor will accept it)

<Style ID="73795F76-5F5E-4722-9296-86893CF8C1EF" Name="Std Font" Next="73795F76-5F5E-4722-9296-86893CF8C1EF" Type="Para" FontChange="Face+Size"> <Format><![CDATA[{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252\uc1\deff0 {\fonttbl{\f0\fmodern\fcharset0\fprq2 Calibri;}} {\colortbl;\red0\green0\blue0;\red255\green255\blue255;\red128\green128\blue128;} \paperw12240\paperh15840\margl1800\margr1800\margt1440\margb1440\deftab1200\f0\fs28\cf0 \pard\plain \fi360\ltrch\loch {\f0\fs28\b0 Attributes}}]]></Format> </Style>
It seems to lose the setting for paragraph spacing. i.e. I set it to “1.0x 0.0/6.0” but it only retains “1.0x”. I’m not sure where any of that lives in the above.

That’s Greek to me.

Scrivener styles are established in the Editor for a paragraph or piece of text, then defined in the Styles pane, no HTML involved. In the Styles pane, when defining/creating it, you determine whether it affects character settings, paragraph settings, or both,