Thanks for your help, but if you did not use the hyperlink toolbar is
difficult to understand the usefulness to me. Your solution seem to me
complicates the search. Sorry I assumed that you were a new user. In
fact you are older than me in these programs.
I don't know what is Aoo. Can you put me a link to a help page that
explains how to use the Hyperlink icon for the same function as the
hyperlink bar? .
El 11/05/2012 22:28, Dan Lewis escribió:
On Fri, 2012-05-11 at 20:24 +0200, gualter wrote:
Thanks for your reply.
You're probably a more recent user and did not know this toolbar from
the time of OpenOffice. The idea is not to create links, but to
facilitate internet searches for documents from within LO.
Another user recommended me GoldenDict, excellent program. The basic
idea is the same as the Hyperlink toolbar: easy searching. GoldenDict
pity is not an extension of LO
I go back to OOo 1.03 which I remember and perhaps even 1.01.
Before that I had Star Office 5.3 (I skipped SO 6.0).
The first Apache OpenOffice is out, and it still has a hyperlink
toolbar. What I wrote to you was based upon what its hyperlink toolbar
will do. Seems to me that I remember something like that in the past.
Never did use it though.
Even help in AOO mentioned that the same things can be done with
the Hyperlink icon I mentioned as with the hyperlink toolbar.
El 11/05/2012 18:36, Dan Lewis escribió:
On Thu, 2012-05-10 at 14:11 +0200, gualter wrote:
This is the first post of a normal user of LO from the beginning and
without specials skills.
I know hyperlink toolbar was considered a bug, but it is useful. I'm
working with LO 3.3.4, no upgrade, to no lost this tool. I don't find
any extension making the same function. Usually I read documents in
Writer with much references and I must search on internet. May be there
is another easy way.
There is some project to get back this useful tool, via core or extension?
I don't found any Spanish list.
The hyperlink toolbar only makes a link out of what you have
selected. The same thing can be done by selecting the text you want to
make into a link, clicking the Hyperlink icon, enter the URL for the
link, and click Apply. Then select the next reference. Enter the new
URL. Click Apply. Continue until you have finished entering all the URL.
I don't think you really need the toolbar.
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