(2012/06/20 5:48), Pedro wrote:
Hi Tom ;)
I don't think it really matters what goes into the user info for the
file. It might work even if it's just a couple of spaces. It's a bit
weird that anything needs to be in there but i'm sure the devs will fix it
You are missing the point ;) There is no bug. In fact it works perfectly and
the way it works makes perfect sense.
There are only two limitations (at least under Windows...) that make this
feature less perfect:
I noticed something else:
1) When I edit -> close -> reopen a file in "Print Layout", the cursor
is upon opening the file at the last edit position.
2) When I switch with the file open to "Web layout", the cursor jumps to
the top of the document
3) When I open the same file as under (1) in "Web Layout", the cursor is
at the top of the document.
So, this would suggest, that I work always in print layout, but I have
my reasons why I often prefer the web layout.
Is there anywhere a setting where I can modify how LO behaves when I
work in web layout?
I would love to see the "perfect sense" also working in web layout.
If there is, I assume it would solve the problem without going through
the trouble of recreating my user profile.
If the problem is caused originally by Print/Web Layout differences,
will probably not help anyway.
Or am I wrong again?
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