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On 2020-07-02 10:22, Philip Jackson wrote:

On the original caption question, it's too bad that John Jason Jordan did not respond to your 

... the only time I cannot access the caption is when the frame which envelopes the image and the 
caption is highlighted with its little handles showing. I then click anywhere in the text of the 
document away from the image to deselect that frame, then I can just drop the cursor onto the 
caption text and edit it or remove it completely. If the image itself is selected as distinct from 
the enclosing frame, then I can also place the cursor on the caption and work on it.

Because we can never really know exactly the full context of a problem, I would love to know if 
something that elementary affects his problem.

That said, I concluded that if you and Rémy could not solve the caption problem, my poor efforts 
would not be likely to help, but I was most intrigued by this --

[My current unpredictable behaviour problem concerns the Navigator. It stays where I put it for 
quite a while then without notice, it suddenly docks itself within the styles side-bar or across 
the bottom of the screen. -- There's always something ...]

-- intrigued enough to adapt the Subject line accordingly. I have never seen exactly that behavior, 
though I have seen something similar:

On occasions when I want the Styles and Navigator visible concurrently (that is, if the Style 
sidebar's own alternative Navigator function does not suffice), I leave Styles on the right sidebar 
and put the Navigator on the left sidebar. When both panels are on the right, any changes in the 
Styles control bar (say, from Styles to/from Page or Design or Properties), seems to cause shifting 
in the panel width and position (width never returns to a prior setting). IOW, I think the culprit 
is the Styles (F11) panel, not the Navigator (F5) panel.

Where do you like to leave the Navigator panel? Floating?


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