I'm noticing some behavior recently that I don't like. When I installed
v22.214.171.124, though, I seem to have eliminated all my existing profile
information so I'm hoping that on the first item, at least, there's just
a setting that I haven't been able to find.
1. In Writer, I keep seeing "balloon" spelling suggestions. Can't click
on them to do anything, so very annoying. Any way to turn them off? I
haven't found anything in the options that does this.
2. Also in Writer, using an arrow to move up or down is not always
placing the cursor in the correct place on the second line. For
example, I type a line and, at the end, press up-arrow; instead of the
cursor being at the end of that (shorter) line, it's at a seemingly
random location within the text. For another example, if the cursor is
in the middle a line and I press up-arrow the cursor is then at the end
of the second (longer) line. I haven't been able to discern a pattern.
Is this a known issue? I'm not familiar enough with the bug reporting
system to find it.
Since it can make a difference, I'm working in Windows 7 Professional
Thanks for any insight anyone can provide!
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