2014-05-14 22:17 GMT+02:00 Andras Timar <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I know what "single edit" is. A new keyboard shortcut was introduced,
inspired by Excel. Ctrl+' (ditto key) copies the contents of the cell
above to the current cell.
Great, Andras. But since there are tildes in those strings, they are
commands in (context?) menus, right?
What does that "single edit" refer to, would that be something like "edit
just once, then paste (i.e. fill cells bellow) as many times desired"?
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