Dne 27.2.2012 17:27, Andreas Säger napsal(a):
Am 27.02.2012 16:53, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
2012/2/27 Václav Medek<email@example.com>:
Andreas, I tried it now on Windows 7 with Libre Office 3.5 and it is
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,
clear text, but it is not important for me).
But in Linux (tried on Ubuntu and Gentoo) dialogue is there... So
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,
You see the text import dialog when you copy and paste multi-line
text. This will never happen when you use the URL copy of the
Under Linux you can also use the system clipboard (middle mouse) to
paste previously selected unformatted text. But this will also trigger
a text table import in case of multiple lines.
If you want multi-line text in one cell, you can always hit F2 before
URL copy works fine.
Anyway, it seems like it happen in some circumstances only in latest
Ubuntu 11.10. Now I tried it in Xubuntu 11.04 with Libre Office 3.3.4
and Firefox 10.0.2 and there it is ok - no dialogue (Import Options)
appear and its just pasted as link into a cell.
I still dont have any idea what and how to configure to avoid that
dialogue. There must be some reason why Libre Office see it as
multi-line (or whatever else).
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