chronodm wrote: ↑
What's the most Nisus-like way of achieving this kind of formatting?
Unless I've completely misunderstood the question, this should be fairly easy to accomplish. Besides the "Normal" style, you need two new styles: a quote paragraph style and a list style, i.e. if paragraphs containing the quotes must have numbers, like in your screenshot.
Keep in mind that the space between (quotation) paragraphs
is determined by the paragraph
the list style.
So, if you want the quotation paragraphs to have numbers and you also want to be able to control the space between the paragraphs, your quotations must combine
styles: the quotation paragraph style and the list style being added to it; or we could also say, a list style and a quotation paragraph style added to it. It doesn't matter which way you look at it.
1) Your "Normal" paragraph style should have Space Before and Space After set to, let's say, 6 pt.
2) Your block quotation paragraph style should have Space Before and Space After set to 0 pt.
Now all you have to do is to select the block quotation text and assign it the block quotation paragraph style, and then, when that's done, add the list style to it.
Now, to add the paragraph style and the list style simultaneously
, we would use a simple macro with a convenient keyboard shortcut:
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Format:Paragraph Style:Block quotation with no space between paragraphs # [= the name of your block quotation style]
Lists:1. # [= the name of your list style]
Does this solve the problem?