Concerning the navigator, you might be interested in (commenting) the
Bug 36308 - [UI]Change behaviour for "tree view" on Writer's Navigator
Bug 36309 - [UI]Better design / interface for Navigator's tree-view
Am Freitag, den 17.08.2012, 12:57 -0700 schrieb libcub:
I've just been learning LO Writer, which I am liking a lot. But being able to
set the Navigator to show all levels of headings as the default is a
make-or-break feature for me. I'm not a programmer, but am happy to help in
other ways--testing, documentation, etc.
When I used OpenOffice I liked that I could use the Navigator to show
every tab, every heading level, all at once. It was like I could see my
project at a glance and VERY useful for a lot of my work.
Now that I'm using LibreOffice the Navigator seems to require a click on
each + symbol, no matter how many levels of headings I tell it to show.
Every single time I open a document it's the same deal. I still keep an
OpenOffice.org install on my computer just for this feature alone.
I want to make it more like the way I used Open Office's navigator, but I
guess that means a feature request. I am not a programmer but it
shouldn't be hard since the OOo code already had done it the way I like
it. How can I formalize a feature request? This list seemed like the
closest place to do so. Thanks!
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