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On Thu, 2012-04-12 at 15:43 -0400, Calvin Kim wrote:
On 04/12/2012 02:48 PM, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:

LibO 3.4.5 (official)
Xubuntu 10.04

I meet a problem when trying to move frames with embedded tables.

Moving a frame using direction keys is straightforward. Combined with 
[Alt] we can move the frame in small increments.

Strangely, when the frame holds a table, the [Alt]+direction key will 
not move the frame any more, but it will redimension the embedded 
table instead.

Note: this only happens if the table is not preceeded by any character 
(eg: no end-of-paragraph mark)

I guess this is a bug. Anyone seeing this, too?

Mmm, that's weird. I'm using LibO 3.4.4 in Ubuntu 11.10.
To correct it,

 1. Do not highlight the frame.
 2. Move your cursor to outside of table, and inside of frame (to below
    the table perhaps)
 3. Then [Alt]+direction key works fine.


     To what is the frame anchored? If anchored as a character, the only
way to move the frame seems to be cut and paste. Anchoring to a
character allows me to use the direction arrows to move the frame.
Anchoring to a paragraph or page will allow me to do the same.
    My test frame contained a table, one cell of which contained a
3100x2300, 5.8MB picture.


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