I just noticed in my dolphin at top right settings I can show tree view.
On 2014-09-28 04:38, John King wrote:
On 27/09/14 16:00, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Le 27/09/2014 11:19, John King a écrit :
Libreoffice 4.2 and 4.3 on opensuse and xubuntu
The left hand panel in the 'open' and 'save as' dialogues shows
This is a LibreOffice dialog, an alternative to the system dialogs.
Thanks for the suggestion, but No, this is the system dialogue. The
libreoffice dialogue selection in Tools-Options-General is unchecked.
My left hand panel is headed 'Places', and underneath is listed
Search, Recently used, what looks like various devices, and then
places that I've defined. The "+" and "-" buttons only operate on the
If I select to use libreoffice dialogues, then I only see places I've
defined, which are not necessarily the same as the ones defined in the
Is it possible to change this to show the folder/directory tree
as in dolphin and nautilus?
Yes, it is.
Go to the Tools > Options menu then LibreOffice > General. Uncheck the
"Use LibreOffice dialogs" checkbox.
See above comment
I agree that the libreoffice dialogues are very useful for connecting
across the network, and I use them extensively for that. However, I
would like the option of being able to move up/down a directory tree
rather than having to do multiple clicking to search through one
directory layer at a time.
It would make it much easier to navigate
through several layers of folders.
Yes, perhaps. Note that the LibreOffice dialogs are (IMO) providing a
better UI: the Places thingy allows to always have the more often used
directories at hand (too bad they are not sorted), which is a PITA when
using the native dialogs. Second, the LO dialogs provide a Connect to
server button (the three dotted button, top right) which makes very easy
to connect to... well... a server :)
To add or delete an often used directory to the Places list, just use
the "+" and "-" buttons at the bottom.
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