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Hi Astron,

At 12:33 24-9-2011, Astron wrote:
I am Astron, I am usually found on the design and ux-advice lists and am currently working with Regina and Matm on a proposal for an improved options dialogue [1]. We are wondering how many people are using the automatic mouse cursor positioning [2] for dialogues and how and why you are using it. Do you use the function to center the cursor in the dialog? Do you use the function to position the cursor over the default button? If you use the latter, how would you like to enable it: via your operating system (note, that I don't know if any OS besides Windows has this option) or via LibO?

I have never used this feature, but I'm not an AT user. The best place to ask is a list where many subscribers are persons with a disability. I could ask on a French list that I subscribe to.

Best regards,


Best Regards,
[2] available under Tools > Options / LibreOffice > View > Mouse.

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