Authors' not coming up with an idiosyncratic combination of italics, bold and font choices for conveying what level a heading is and using one of the non-ambigious tools instead challenge 2021

@jaranta why would you attack me and my underlined section headings like this

@Cyborgneticz @jaranta There was one journal I used that specified different combinations of bold, italics and font choices for their different level headings.

If they weren't so good, I'd reject them on purely aesthetic grounds. 🤣

@Cyborgneticz You can make them look whatever you want, as long they're correctly marked as Heading 1, Heading 2 and so on.

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