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On 7/26/2015 11:46 PM, Thomas <> wrote:
It had a very simple AND convenient function of inserting a "quick mark" 
at the cursor position whenever you save a file.

As has been pointed out already, Libreoffice does this now (when you
SAVE it), as long as you have personalized it in the User Data.

If you meant just closing it without making any changes, the easiest way
to accomplish the same thing is to just make a minor change (ie, delete
a character then re-add the same character), then save it. The next time
you open it you will be right there.

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