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2015-04-16 12:27 GMT+02:00 Tom Davies <>:

Hi :)
Good answer and very quick.

That makes it sound like it might be a relatively "Easy Hack".  If so then
it helps the project because it gives devs who are new to this project, or
people who are fairly new to (or learning) coding, to get practical
experience in this specific project.

@ Henri  please feel free to post a "bug report" but mark it as a "feature
request" instead of it being a bug as such.  Hopefully the new
bug-reporting system makes it easy.  The old system had "feature request"
as one of the options in one of the drop-downs.  If it's not obvious in the
new system then just add something into the subject-line or summary to make
it clear that it is a feature request.

Also if it's a menu item then it might be possible to add it into a
customised menu-bar but i have no idea how to do that and find the idea a
bit scary tbh.

It is always nice to have a work-around or two but it's even nicer when a
better longer-term solution is potentially on the way.  Being involved in
helping make that happen feels really good and is one of the many
advantages of OpenSource projects.

Regards from
Tom :)

​Tom, the procedure suggest by Piet is, indeed, easy to follow - and, as a
matter of fact, is to be found via LO help​
​ (I somehow managed to overlook it before posting). But since the arrow
tool is found in the draw function toolbar in both Draw and Impress, it
should not be too difficult to add it to Writer as well. This would
contribute to the latter application's user-friendliness....

I have opened Bugzilla and shall now file a report, under «Enhancement»
under the category «Severity», which is the nearest I can come to the
«feature request» you suggested....

Thanks for the tip !...


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