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(2014/08/14 12:39), Tim Lloyd wrote:
I downloaded Mint 17 which is running LO I looked in writer and calc where F5 and F11 were behaving as normal (navigator & styles and formatting).

I have noted though that behaviour is not consistent across the distros you have tested which may point at Mint. I can't for the life of me think why though!

I was one of the respondents to your post on linuxquestions. A suggestion...let's give it another day for responses to filter through there. If nothing useful comes out, how about asking the linuxquestions admin people to move the post to the mint forum? I think reps of the distro hang around at that forum so may be able to advise one way or the other.


On 14/08/14 12:31, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
(2014/08/14 10:55), Paul wrote:
Hi Thomas,


I also thought about that already, although I have currently no idea how to change that keyboard behavior. BUT ... if that were true ..would / should LibreOffice not behave in the same way under Ubuntu (Unity desktop), Xubuntu (XFCE) and Mint (Cinnamon)?

If I revall correctly (this is an old PC of my daugther), I borrowed it a few years back when I had to spend a week away from home. At that time the PC was running Windows Vista and I used LibreOffice in that environment, but do not remember any such behavior ...

Thank you all!
By now I figured out, that you have to combine EVERY function key with the Fn key.
If you do so, it works. Have not yet tested all possible combinations.

This is not perfect, but I will still with this, and not go back to Unity.

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