Writing a lot in cooperation, there are many occasions in which I have to
review or edit a paragraph full of changes.
The best way, for me, to do this is to accept all changes in the paragraph
and review the updated version as a (new) whole. Then move to the next
paragraph and repeat the procedure.
Now, since LO (I'm using version 3.3.2 on Ubuntu 10.4) allows to regard only
one change at a time this can be a tedious job. The same problem applies, of
course, also to cases where it is evident that all changes in a block should
be rejected, but for me there are much less cases like this.
So, is it possible to add an option to consider (accept or reject) all
changes within a marked block?
Thank you for the effort.
The product you produce is great, and getting better in every update!
btw-Is this the right place to ask for such feature additions / changes?
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