2011/6/23 Astron <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
1. What's your screen size and resolution (most of the time)?
2. What paper format do you use?
3. Do you work in full-screen?
4. Do you use any multi-page mode (for instance two pages in one screen?
1. 17" / 1440 * 900
2. It depends on the document, but mainly A4 and A5
3. No, never. I only use full-screen for movies :)
4. Yes. I have several complex documents and I need to see both, main
text and appendixes, for example. A split screen would make me
reconsider point 3...
Which page number? The "physical" page number, the "printed" page number, both?
At least on Writer it is quite common that page 1 is the "physical"
page 7, for example.
I vote for "both" ;)
I'm there with Mirek voting for only physical page number. It's seems
more useful for e.g. finding out on which page you are or finding a
print range. As Mirek said, the printed page number is also displayed
on the doument itself. Nevertheless there are a few other solutions
* make it configurable (which would be lowest common denominator, but
given that LibO already has so many knobs, buttons and screws this
seems a bad solution
* present both, but only if they _differ_, with the "printed" value
smaller and below the "physical" value.
+1 for last option.
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