To remove these, just return to the menu; unclick that box.
In order to see all the markings, go to the 'edit' menu; select the
view you wish to use -
this can be set at anytime without changing the document itself.
BTW - your English is fine.
BTW 2 - maybe others would have responded, but were unable to ignore
your offensive tag-line;
is Joe your name? - don't denigrate this nice name.
From: bissjoe <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 9:03 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] How to unset reminders in LibreOffice Writer
In the Navigator of LibreOffice Writer, I can set up to 5 reminders, which
are like temporary bookmarks to jump from one place to the next in the
document. However I cannot see a way to remove or "unset" a reminder. Is it
In a software like Notepad++, you can easily set and unset bookmarks by
Control-F2, and navigate by F2. Moreover you see where the bookmarks are. I
understand that LibreOffice works differently (there is not for example a
left margin with line numbers and with some gutter to put a circle for a
bookmark), but I would have expected that showing all nonprintable
characters (Control-F10) in LibreOffice would use some special character to
indicate a bookmark, er, reminder.
P.S. Sorry for my English. It is not my first language.
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