On 04/13/2012 01:30 AM, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Le 13/04/2012 07:21, Jean-Francois Nifenecker a écrit :
Le 12/04/2012 21:43, Calvin Kim a écrit :
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.
Ha ha! Yeah, right. Thanks.
This works. IMO this is counter-intuitive: moving/acting against a
frame/whatever is done by selecting the widget, isn't it?
Drawback: doesn't work when there's nothing but the table within the
Mmm, that's weird, too. Because it works for me.
I just opened up new document, insert new frame, insert a table in
frame. No content whatsoever.
How did you anchor your frame? Anchor as character will not work obviously.
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