I'm finding the Style Editor in OCR Editor to be a blessing and a curse: It's very powerful in its ability to assign heading levels to different text styles for appropriate tagging in exported PDFs, but it's remarkably difficult to work with. A few things I've noticed and would love to see updated:
1. There's no (easy, obvious) way to delete unused styles. I did eventually figure out that I could merge an unused style with a used style to remove the unused style, but it would be nice if styles could simply be deleted. If there's concern about deleting a style that's in use, it seems reasonable for any text using that style to regress down to whatever the basic "Body Text" generic style is.
2. Proper keyboard access and tabbing. For example, when I create a new style or edit an existing style and click on the style title to rename it, when I hit "tab", I expect to tab over to Font name, then Font size, and so on, to define all of the available settings. Instead, tabbing jumps all the way out of the styles box to the "Previous fragment" button; shift-tabbing from there to get back to where I was selects the entire line for the style instead of the title editing field. What it boils down to is this part of the program cannot be reliably navigated from the keyboard, and there's a certain irony in a program that I'm using to increase the accessibility of PDFs itself fails some of the basics of application accessibility standards.
3. Some UI for setting other font characteristics. The main window UI includes a Text Properties pane that allows adjustment of a number of font and character settings (underline, color, super/subscript, strikethrough, small caps, alignment, background color, scale, and spacing) that cannot be defined or edited through the Style Editor UI. Maybe adding a "More" column with a [...] selector that would open a pop-up to set those for a given style?
Thanks for considering these!