Is it possible to make a paragraph style that changes the line under the paragraph to different colors based on the words? Like, if I use the style on "Go," the line should be green. If it's "Slow," it should be yellow. And for "Stop," it should be red.
No, even if you try to use NestedStyles - they are always processed in sequence so they can't be stacked up.
You would need three paragraph styles to do this (buty they can all be based on the same style). You can use find/change to apply the styles as required, or it could probably be scripted.
Of Course! … You just need to add, e.g., a normal space at the end of the para (use the simplisitic Grep F/R I give)!
(^/) The Jedi
Nice one... with the space automatically added.
Yes, very clever.
will catch all paras that don't finish by a space!