I have a question in that context:
How does LO (writer) determines the window size while opening a file?
I know, that one can set the page size and found, that LO stores in some way
the window size of a file for display.
However, this is overridden when I run LO in command line mode (for printing,
translation etc in a bash script). Thereafter all files newly openend in a
distorted (small) window. I tried to manipulate the
However, in regular intervals its overridden by someone else (LO?).
Thus, every time I open a file, I have to change the window size manually.
(Debian Linux, KDE 3.5, LO 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52)
Am Montag, 22. Juli 2013 schrieb jumper46:
Is there a function to automatically size several documents (as they are
brought into focus) into a single display window? In Windows, one is
adding panes to the window. I wish to eliminate having to resize every
document each time I add or remove another in the display.
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