I did have this problem before.
LibreOffice installed on linux machine (right now the particular
distribution is xubuntu 14.04, rather high-spec machine).
On my Windows computers F11 calls up the "style menu".
Now, on this linux installation it HAS to be Shift+F11 (some other
function keys act similar)
On another (old) computer I succeeded solving the problem by changing
"function key behavior" under the BIOS setting.
This does not work this time.
First, this computer's BIOS does not show such a setting.
Second, I have TWO user profiles on the computer, one newly set up.
Under the first user profile F11 works as expected.
The second user profile requires said Shift+F11.
So .. this cannot be a BIOS issue, right?
I tried to find something under "Options", no success.
What am I missing?
Is there somewhere a setting, where I can set the function key behavior
to the one I am used to (the one that works under Windows)?
Thank you in advance.
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