No, they work as they are supposed to work, moving the cursor's position
to the beginning of the page, but not as I want it to behave because it
centers the cursor position in the screen....
On 3 March 2012 10:46, fmc<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
· Go to beginning/end of next/previous page which doesn't work in the
By that you mean that with those commands, the first line of the page
Well, I could live without it. I don't even know if it's a bug or I'm
expecting it to behave in a wrong way.
To me that seems like a minor difference, but if that behaviour is
important to you, please file a bug to have current behaviour changed
(not that I'd be of much help but maybe CC me in that bug).
To report a bug, go here:
or here (simpler variant): https://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/bug/
When you only see one page at a time it's nice to see the end of the
previous page and the beginning of the next one, but in big wide
monitors (maybe up from 22") I find it easier to see them side by side.
However when you're seeing the end of pages 1 and 2 and the beginning of
pages 3 and 4, you are missing the beginning of page 2 and the end of
page 3... which are much more important than the end of page 1 and the
beginning of page 4.... you're only seeing one continuous page, while
you could be seeing two.... I don't know if I'm expressing clearly what
In fact, I think that the way it scrolls could be better if advancing
one page changed from 1-2 to 2-3, and then to 3-4, instead of going 1-2
-> 3-4 -> 5-6 ..... something like sliding the pages horizontally. When
you're working at the end of page 2, you could need the beginning of
page 3, and when you're working at the beginning of page 3, you could
need the end of page 2.
The "1-2 -> 3-4 -> 5-6" could be kept as the behaviour of the book view,
which only puts the page 1 on the right and visually merges the pages,
but behaving in the same way. What do you think?
Thank you for your patience :)
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