2012/10/25 Thomas Blasejewicz <email@example.com>
I did notice this before:
When I copy things, there is ALWAYS an extra space inserted before
anything that is copied.
For example, typing text, opening bracket -> copy something into the
bracket -> closing bracket.
The bracket is there and I want the copied text to be inserted WITHOUT
any space in front of it.
But so far all efforts to do so have failed.
Is there a way to turn this behavior off?
Otherwise I do have to remove this space manually each and every time I
In ordinary running text too: typing something -> last entry was
(habitually) a space -> you get two spaces,
one of which has to be removed.
Thank you in advance
I can't confirm this behaviour. When I copy and paste, no space is inserted
before the quote. Maybe something unique to Linux or Windows?
using LibO 126.96.36.199 on a iMac Intel DualCore MountainLion 10.8.2
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