Hi! Sorry, if the titel may already be confusing, couldn't summarize it better. :-)))
Here we go: in a newspaper layout I have different texboxes, each containing title, subtitle and copytext. They are 1 to 6 columns wide. And there's a hirarchy: the big stories with much text make the main part of the page, so they get a big title. There may even be infoboxes withouth subtext etc. etc. The big titles have an own title-style (mainly font-size).
No problem: changing the object styles for boxes with the same paragraph styles in it. Changing a hirarchy1-element from 3 to 5 rows: just one click, no problem.
Problem though: changing a 5 column hirarchy1-text into a 5 column hirarchy2-text. I guess because there is no information that tells "my mouseclick": when you change from object-style 1 to object-style 2 you have to take the text containgn paragraph style 1 and convert it into paragraph style 2.
I uploaded an example of what I mean with the different hirarchy levels. To convert from H1 to H3 you would chose different title sizes and you would e.g. have to convert the subtitle into normal copytext. To convert from H2 into an infobox, you would furthermore have to chose a different font family.
The paragraph styles would have to be converted cleanly, because I need the specific name of the style for a later export into online-text (which is not part of this problem, off course).
Does anybody understand what I mean? Is there a way to store this list of commands, can one do this with a script?
thank you for answering, appreciate it very much. I know the feature of "next paragraph style", but I don't think it can solve the problem.
Let's play through my problem, to make it maybe more clear: I have the main text on a page with the "H1" title style. This H1-title would be implemented into an object style that could be "main text". Now the planner of this page would take the importance of that text down one notch. It's not "main text" any more, it might be "second text". So I click on the object style "second text" that incorporates paragraph style "H2". That doesn't work as far as I understand object style.
It would be ideal when the title would be classified as title (general), and depending on which object style I use it formats that titel as H1, H2, H3 etc. - I think just like CSS does it with HTML.