Kracked_P_P---webmaster <webmaster <at> krackedpress.com> writes:
Are you saying you are on page 5 and you print page 5, but then LO moves
you to viewing page 1?
Which version of LO are you using? 4.1.4? 4.2.0?
I see that happening in 4.1.4 [Ubuntu 64-bit], since I checked. I was on
page 4 of a 40+ page document. I had to type in page 4 for the page to
print [no print current page command]. That page printed and then the
displayed jumped me to page 1.
I do not remember this happening with 4.0.6. I went from that to 4.1.4.
YES, that is a major problem for people editing specific pages of a
large document and having to go back to the page they are working on
from page one. It would bother me big time.
It would be nice to see "print current page" as an option, like the
other packages do - say like the PDF file viewers do on Ubuntu. I have
not checked this out on Windows though since Ubuntu and Windows options
can be a little different.
'Are you saying you are on page 5 and you print page 5, but then LO moves
you to viewing page 1?'
Yes, that is exactly the case.
'Which version of LO are you using? 4.1.4? 4.2.0?'
I am using version 18.104.22.168. I am not aware of a version 4.2.0.
Perhaps that is a version for other than Windows O.S.?
But I am glad that somebody confirms this problem in Writer.
On the LO forum of the LO site: no response....
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