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Hi :)
1.  I actually prefer this method of support.  When i ask a question it's usually because i am not 
aware of all the variables and so it's difficult to ask exactly the right question.  This method of 
support means we often answer the right question even if that was not exactly the question  that 
was asked.  So, it's easier to ask and then try to guide the answers in light of what people 
respond with.  

2.  You can probably still Alt and drag your window around but now you just don't need to because 
you can also drag normally now.  

3.  Hmm, if GEdit is behaving and LO isn't then it's either a very specific setting in your DE that 
is making one or the other behave unusually or it is a setting in either GEdit or LO.  If you could 
try with a couple more apps then it might help to pinpoint which 1 is getting special treatment.  

Apols and regards from 

Tom :)  

From: John Sowden <>
Sent: Friday, 9 August 2013, 5:20
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Feature Request

<snip />

Well, where do I start?
1) Unlike many helpful responses, I only had to  press the left Alt key 
and move the window, and it worked immediately.  Wow,  ... thank you!

2) Now I can click on any libre office window, and it pops down to a 
less than full screen, and moves at will.  I don't know if I 'toggled' a 
feature on, or what, because it works now without pressing the left Alt key.

3) Re: the different window manager issue, I agree, it seems that it 
might be a non-libre office issue, except that the gedit corner feature 
works on the same environment.

Nevertheless, thank you!


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