Premiere pro 23.1.
copy and paste text from a text style to other text,
(one line ,two text style via copy other text and paste)
the pasted text style not include multiple styles.
(multiple shadows,multiple strokes etc.)
Can you describe your method? Simple copy/paste handles two strokes, but I suspect I am not following the method you are using to "paste a style."
Just copy and paste ,but multiple shadows gone.
Got it. My quick test was only strokes, so I did not see it.
The copy/paste does handle multiple strokes, but it pastes NO shadows. And yes, that does seem odd.
The workaround is to create a Style and apply that.
yes,but in the latest 23.1 version, only one text style can be applied to the same line.
It is not possible to use different text styles on the same line
Can only use the copy and paste method, but will lose multiple shadows.
I don't see a difference among PR 2022, 2023.1, and Beta 220.127.116.11.
What do you mean by "on the same line"? Maybe a screenshot of the EGP for the text you are copying from?
By "same line," I think you are describing one line of text. James S (Adobe employee) in the uservoice post, clarifies that a Text Style applies to a Text layer (the entire layer). But a different style can apply to another layer in the same graphics item. So, for example, you can apply multiple styles to a Graphics text item on the timeline, as long as it is composed of multiple Text layers, and each layer has only one style.
Or you could do that with multiple graphics items with only one layer per item.
The results of copy/paste vary depending on the source of the copy and target of the paste.
You can select portions of a text layer and apply most style elements (e.g. italics, font color), but some only apply to the whole layer (e.g. shadow, paragraph alignment). But any styling applied to part of a layer is overridden by applying a "text style." You can copy/paste with the multiple styling in place, but it depends on the source and target.
Are you trying to mix styles in layer? Or just paste them to their own layer?