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       and then the page takes off to scroll up or down for no apparent
reason ...
            I never had these problems before this newest computer; it's
something to do with the speed of it  ;-(

       as far as I know, there's nothing that can be done but either sit &
wait for the computer to finish whatever it thinks it's doing  ;-)
           or click on some key which will cause it to stop - but be wary
that nothing is highlighted or this section of your document will be gone;
               but ne'er to fear, it will return to you by 'undo'ing the
previous action  ;-)

       Everytime there's an 'improvement', seems to me the computer geeks
have gotten ahead of the mere users once again ...
           t'is harder & harder to maintain that middle ground ...






... slipping fast here ... maybe I should pull out the ol' skis  ;-)

From: Tim Deaton <>
Date: Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 6:14 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Highlighted text blinks
To: LO users <>

I'm using LO on Win7-64, but I first started noticing this at least
with v3.6, maybe earlier.

In Writer, when I highlight a selection of text, about once per second that
highlighted area blinks (the highlighted coloring goes away for a
split-second, then comes back).  Is there any way to stop that blinking?

-- Tim

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