Invisible-to-the-eye changes in Word style cause paragraphs to be promoted to headers
See #59 for the word files and outputs for Berry
In Berry, invisible (not-format changing) changes in Word style are causing paragraphs to be promoted to headers.
Most of the main content is styled in Word as: "Normal + (Latin) Garamond". These examples from Berry chapter 2 show the style changes that cause the erroneous promotion:
- Comment Text: The 3 paragraphs following "It is certainly true"
- Body Text: "Many new threads"
- Body Text 2: "In 1906, amid" is
- Block Text: "The Mountaineers is an association"
And in ch 3, 2 regular paragraphs are styled as headings behind the scenes and thus get promoted.
Although a length filter would solve this (#58 (closed)), this also relates to the policy about what Word styles do and don't matter, and how to handle them (soon to be documented on the wiki). These sound like styles we'd want to ignore for header promotion. Are these specific Word styles important to header promotion, or is it rather simply that the style has changes from the rest of the content?