I have put some comments in line below.
As an extra, I notice that for the example line of formatting Braille is behaving a bit odd, only the R is being reported as having a watched attribute although all letters are in italics.
On 01/-10/-28163 08:59 PM, Dave Hunt wrote:
If you do this movement to next/previous change in style, you may not need proofreading mode at all.
The documents I am reading are part of a course discussing relational theory and may have a relation heading shown like:
R (A, B, C, D)
To manually check the whole of that line is tedious and to jump just between the underlines is meaningless as I can't guarantee how many there will be in advance. To have the whole line with style information is about the only meaningful thing here.