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Il 16/04/2012 16.01, Tom Davies ha scritto:
Hi :)
1st image: I am not sure if the navigation thing is on by default but it can be switched off fairly easily. I tend to have most toolbars and such-like off. 2nd image: At the bottom of the list is a little triangle which you can click on and then start scrolling the mouse wheel to get down the list faster. There are just too many fonts to display them all at the same time in a list like that. I guess you are more used to working on much larger monitors and at higher resolutions.
Hopefully that should sort out the problems?
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Mon, 16/4/12, rossca1<>  wrote:

From: rossca1<>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: What's going on?
Date: Monday, 16 April, 2012, 13:53

The first  image shows the navigation toolbar was activated from the view
menu, I thought it was  by default on as a toolbar with or without text.

Both images are running under WINDOWS XP; the second image shows a pop-up
menu where the character type can be selected only from letter "A" to the
"I" the rest of the character fonts are not displayed, I mean from the
letter "J" to  the "W",  so they are missing in that list.


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The little arrow at the end of the character list is grey and the pop up menu stops working when it reaches the letter ( I ), may be for the huge memory usage to show the rest or maybe for a bug in the source code.
Hopefully it is a minor effect on the working document  .
Best regards.

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