On 08/18/2013 07:43 AM, Virgil Arrington wrote:
On 08/18/2013 01:17 AM, Urmas wrote:
Yeah, bad troll is truly terrible.
Meanwhile you could work on a feature parity with Microsoft Word 2.0,
The think I've learned about features is that it doesn't matter how
many a software program has, as long as it has the one that *I* need.
LO has the features I need. In some cases MSW does not. For example
(and this is truly minor), LO allows me to control widows and orphans
separately, which I appreciate since widows aren't nearly the problem
that orphans are. Last I checked, Word only had one setting that
controlled both. A simple little feature that I like.
I'm sure there are other features that Word has that others need. But,
for my needs, LO works just fine.
Oh, and btw, it has the greatest feature of all; guilt free
installation on any computer I want.
And, of course, I think I got that backwards. Orphans aren't a problem,
Widows can be.
As I understand it, an orphan is the first line of a paragraph alone at
the bottom of the page, and a widow is the last line of a paragraph at
the top of a page. A widow can be as small as one word, while an orphan
will aways extend the entire line length.
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