I’m using OnlyOffice version 220.127.116.11 on a laptop using Arch Linux.
When I create a new, blank document, the font is automatically Arial, 11 pt. and . Of course, I can change this without a problem, but I’d prefer to have new documents start automatically in a different font and font size. Is there a way to change the default settings for this? Everytime I search for a way to do this, I just get an answer to change the font for the current document, not all future documents.
You should replace the pre-made example of the file by another one with necessary font settings saved to achieve your scenario. Examples are located here: /opt/onlyoffice/desktopeditors/converter/empty
I understand what you’re saying, but I am a bit reluctant to change permissions in a program-even if it is just a document. I’m not a complete newbie, but I’m certainly no expert. Sometimes there are reasons something has the permissions it has that I may not know about. I’m not completely against doing so, but if I have an alternative way to do something that is not too convoluted, I’ll generally take the alternative.
Salve, mi sono appena iscritto e quindi trovo una risposta di 6 mesi fà, mi scuso in anticipo per la meraviglia, ma veramente è necessario fare questo iter per preimpostare il carattere, l’altezza, i margini e così via?
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Hi, I just signed up and then I find an answer 6 months ago, I apologize in advance for the question with amazement, but is it really necessary to do this process to preset the font, height, margins and so on?
As I said in a previous post, your method worked. Unfortunaley, when I update the program, updates restores the original template file. I don’t know if there is a way to prevent this, so I’m left with doing the same procedure after each time I upgrade or just live with the settings in the original template.
Hello @theneilkirk and @rpallen
This is expected behaviour. Each time the app runs an update, templates are replaced with default ones. It’s necessary step to avoid conflicts with new version of the app.
Workaround solution is saving necessary templates to other location before the update process and replace them back when update process is finished.