Correction of my post of yesterday.
When I opended Writer this morning, both panels where above each other as I dragged them yesterday.
I can arrange them even without Ctrl+. I also can arrange which pannel I want to have on top and the
size of the pannels. A pretty nice functionality.
Sorry for my wrong posting yesterday.
On 2012-09-12 14:39, rost52 wrote:
Just made a test in XP SP3 in Writer LO 18.104.22.168. Could move the panels above each other but when I
closed and re-opened the application, the layout was back to one panel left and the other one
right of the Writer file.
I too would be happy to get a permanent solution like Franck asked for.
On 2-012-09-11 19:42, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 10.09.2012 09:57, alci wrote:
When using LibreOffice, I like to have the navigator and the stylist panels
But to save space, I need to have them on top of the other, not side by
side. I can achieve that by using Ctrl + moving the panel where I want it to
But when I re-open the application later, that setting is lost. How do I
make this setting persistant ?
Thanks in advance,
(notice: this is a re-post of a question on askubuntu.com)
Works for me with LibO 3.5 from package manager of Ubuntu 12.4 and with Apache OpenOffice as
well. The docked positions of navigator and stylist are preserved for both components Writer and
Calc throughout subsequent sessions.
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