2012/2/27 Václav Medek <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Andreas, I tried it now on Windows 7 with Libre Office 3.5 and it is working
right as expected. When ctrl+c/ctrl+v some email address to Calc, no
dialogue appear and address is just filled into Calc cell (as link, not as
clear text, but it is not important for me).
But in Linux (tried on Ubuntu and Gentoo) dialogue is there... So maybe you
are right that it is OS/browser problem.
I tried it and I never saw a dialogue. The link was pasted into the
cell as pure text. I don't know if that's what you are looking for,
Operating system: Ubuntu 10.10
Web browser: Opera 11.61
Dan I think that discussion what is faster or slower is off topic. I just
need to solve problem with dialogue. Not find how to do it "better" or
Dne 27.2.2012 14:48, Dan Lewis napsal(a):
Curious: How can right click, left click pop up menu, and Ctrl+V be
slower than highlight the link, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V? I really do not see
the difference. How are you selecting the links?
On Mon, 2012-02-27 at 14:19 +0100, Václav Medek wrote:
thanks for reply. Yes this works. But it is only half solution. I need
it to work with ctrl+c/ctrl+v because it is faster then clicking with
(Btw. in my opinion both should be the same, not different)
Dne 27.2.2012 13:34, Andreas Säger napsal(a):
I right-click the hyperlink in my browser, mail program, office
document, whatever and choose a command like "Copy Link Address".
Then I paste the naked URL string into a Calc cell.
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