Really interesting. For me (LO 220.127.116.11 on F32), a right-click in the
ruler brings up a menu allowing the selection of the measurement units
(or change the type of stop when I click directly on a tab stop), and I
always needed to use left-click to insert a tab stop - never right-
Le mercredi 04 novembre 2020 à 21:19 -0800, Richard England a écrit :
LO v18.104.22.168 on Fedora 33 and right click on the ruler inserts a tab for me.
On 11/4/20 7:43 PM, Joe Conner wrote:
I have LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 running on Ubuntu 20.10 64-bit.
What happened to the former ability to right-click on the top ruler
and insert a tab stop?
If the feature still exists, where was it moved to and why?
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