On 11/10/15 23:24, Virgil Arrington wrote:
One frustration I've noticed recently is with LO's "Sidebar." In the
past, I had
my paragraph styles locked in a Sidebar. Now, the Styles box shares the
with the Properties, Gallery, and Navigator boxes, and when I open a new
it defaults to the Properties box (a la AOO), when I *want* the Styles
with every document, I now have to click on the Styles icon in the
looked everywhere to find a way to make "Styles" the default Sidebar
with no luck. To, me this was a totally unnecessary UI "improvement."
+1 on this
But I can slide the styles box to appear at the top of the side bar and
setting not only 'sticks' with the document but remains for new documents
started and for others opened.
I practically only use writer, sometimes a spreadsheet but almost never the
I know nearly every user has preferences for how Gui's should work and you
please everybody. However, stability does have a large part to play.
My personal peeve is the navigation buttons at the bottom of the main
scroll bar of writer. I always use them in 'page up/page down mode' but
can be reconfigured to 19 other functions, at last view.
Unfortunately for me, when I use the Find function (frequently) either
search box on the bottom line or crtl-F or ctrl-H, this changes the
configuration of the pageup/down navigation buttons to 'find'.
It would be nice to have the nav buttons setting independent of other
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