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At 07:14 22/07/2012 -0400, Jonathan Levi wrote:
My document's Navigator has somehow gone from being its own window to a pane in the main document. I need the first behavior, because I'm writing a script based on a separate Navigator window. Can anyone tell me how to restore it? Using LibreOffice 3.4.1, MacOS X 10.4.11.

I think this depends a bit on your operating system, and I don't have MacOS here to try. But try either of these techniques:

o Hold down the Ctrl key and double-click on an empty grey area of the window. That's not on the title bar or on a button, but somewhere on the grey area around the buttons and around the main panel - between the buttons or around the edge.

o With focus on the Navigator window, press Ctrl+Shift+F10.

Both these techniques should toggle the window between floating and docked.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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