On 2013-06-03 04:58, NickKolok wrote:
Greetings from Russia, comrads!
I've installed Fedora and LibreOffice onto my girlfriend's computer. She started to use them some
months ago and now we have some questions to you, dear developers.
1) There was a moment when LibreOffice alerted message like "LibreOffice can't save important internal
information" (or smth like this). She couldn't close that messasge as well as save her work. We have
been trying many things for ~2 hours, but the solution was to close Firefox. So, if such situations are
possible, maybe it's worth to add tips to that message?
2) She finds unability to crop images visually in Writer very unconvenient. I mean that there is no tool
"Crop" is available in Writer but there is such a tool in Draw (with scissorson icon). Moreover,
there IS such a toll in Impress! So, can we wait and hope than once it will appear in Writer, too? Or there
is a high reason for this fact, e.g. unix-way?
Thank you for your attention and excuse me for my quite bad English.
There is the ability to crop the image in writer. Insert the image,
right click and select picture. In that dialogue there is a tab crop.
You enter the dimensions that the cropping will occur from each outside
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