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Hi Jean-Philippe,

At 00:39 4-8-2011, Jean-Philippe MENGUAL wrote:
When I run libreoffice, to access to Tools menu (Outils in French), I
can press alt+t. In Writer, or Calc, this combination opens nothing.

Are you using LibreOffice on Linux?
On Windows XP, Alt+t opens the Tools menu in both Writer and Calc (with
the English-UK user interface). Alt+O opens the Format menu. I also
checked this in the English-USA interface.
When I change the interface language to French, Alt+o opens the
Outils menu, both in Writer and in Calc. Alt+t opens Format.

++o opens the Format menu. No letters of the word "Tools" or "Outils",
pressed with Alt, open the menu: I tried alt+O, U, T, I, L, S.. In OOo,
alt+t opens format, alt+O opens Tools. Is it a bug? Could we improve
that, with more relevant letters and/or a binding for this menu? Should
I reportbug?

Can we get some feedback about the systems that are affected by this issue?

Best regards,


Thanks for your feedback.


Jean-Philippe MENGUAL

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