On 2/16/2013 8:05 AM, Dan Lewis wrote:
I'm not talking about the center button (which opens the
navigation menu), but about the up and down buttons.
On 02/16/2013 07:41 AM, william drescher wrote:
On 2/15/2013 5:24 PM, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Le 15/02/2013 22:59, bill a écrit :
I am keeping the same thread as it is closely related.
The one thing that I really don't like is that as soon as you
search the page down button becomes "continue search forward"
page up becomes "continue search backwards." That is fine
while you are
searching, but how does one return it to page up and page down ?
You'll notice that then the page buttons are changing colours: by
default, they turn blue in search mode while they are black in
To get back from the search mode to the scroll mode, just click
the center button (whatitsname?) and select the page icon.
It would seem that as LO has evolved, changing the meaning of
the page down/up screen buttons to search down/up is no longer
needed as the find box (at the bottom of the screen) has search
up/down arrows right next to it.
If folk agree, I will file an enhancement request (If someone
will give me the buglist address again)
For some time, this has been used for navigation.
PageUp/PageDown and SearchUp/SearchDown are only 2 of 20
functions. What about the other 18 functions? I think we can even
give this a name: Navigation tool.
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