Steve Edmonds wrote:
I opened the file using LO 3.4.6 and 3.5.4. Both of them opened
your file Line 1 page 1. I have Ubuntu 11.10 64 bit using the DEB's from
the LO website.
As a test, I opened a document that I had worked on yesterday. The
cursor was blinking at the very point that I finished editing the document.
Why it would open a document to the place where work ended before
but not do this for another document is the real question.
On 2012-06-19 19:11, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
(2012/06/19 13:15), Pedro wrote:
Thomas Blasejewicz wrote
I would ***LOVE*** to have a CONVENIENT function for jumping to the
I believe this and/or similar questions have been asked before:
But this does not work.
I do have my personal data entered under Tools and yet the software
ALWAYS opens the document at the top.
I use that feature daily and I can assure you it DOES work with ANY
LibreOffice (or OpenOffice) version under Windows XP x86.
In fact you can test this easily: go to the User Data and just fill the
First and Last names (make sure all other fields are blank) with
Last, then open this document
It should open in page 8, line 115
Yes, I am aware that this "SHOULD" work ... but it doesn't.
For reasons I do not understand.
That is why I am asking.
Your document too opens on page 1, line 1.
"Sometimes" if I create a new document and LibreOffice "feels like
working today", this function actually DOES work,
but .. as I said, not consistently.
And that is to my taste very annoying.
Is there anything else I could try?
Line 1 page1 for me too.
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