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I hardly ever want to paste text into an Outline with anything but the current style, so I have to remember to use Alt-Shift-Cmd-V to paste. Usually, of course, I forget, and wind up with some goofy style that have to un-goof.

Is there a way to make "Paste with current style" the default?
No, there's not a way to make this the default. We plan to address this issue in a future version though. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Thanks Derek.

You can do this with built-in OS X functionality. In the Keyboard & Mouse preference pane, go to Keyboard Shortcuts. Create a new shortcut (using the + button)...

Application = OmniOutliner Pro
Name = Paste With Current Style
Shortcut = Command-V

When you relaunch OmniOutliner, Command-V will be assigned to Paste With Current Style, not the standard Paste.

Hope this helps.

Dan Byler

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