On 13/08/2021 00:04, John Jason Jordan wrote:
On Fri, 13 Aug 2021 08:23:57 +1200
Steve Edmonds <firstname.lastname@example.org> dijo:
Ctrl-Ins should copy, Shift-Ins should paste. Shift-del is like Ctl-x
OK, that does work. However, it is a clumsy process because it requires
both hands; the keys are on opposite corners of the keyboard. The Ctrl
key combinations can be reached with just the left hand. Plus, I've
been using the Ctrl key combinations for decades and it's silly to
change, especially as I'd need to change just for one program.
Do you have Clipper active?
I don't believe so. I dimly recall that this is a program where you can
save multiple snippets and then select which one you want to paste. I
have no use for that capability.
The important point is that the Ctrl key combinations work in every one
of the countless programs installed on this computer, except LO. What
is wrong with LO? Could it be a personal configuration setting?
Sorry to be late with this, but I had to finish a hardware rebuild.
Your email header suggests you use PCLinuxOS, my distro of choice,
I just used LibreOffice Manager to install LO 126.96.36.199 and Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V
and Ctrl+X all work normally for me.
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