On 2022-09-20 10:02, rajpal bisht wrote:
Keep 'Go to Page' option in view menu not in edit menu
It's a small thing, but -- if you are posting that recommendation here, rather than in Bugzilla
<https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/>, in order to test sentiment -- I will agree with you:
putting 'Go to Page' (Ctrl-G) in the View menu, rather than the Edit menu, would seem more logical and
more consistent with other applications.
That said, I can't say that I've noticed the change. Was this a change? If so, at what point? If
we know that, the most useful place to start is probably with the release notes.
I suspect there are two reasons for never thinking about this:
(1) The keyboard Go-to (Ctrl-G) is mnemonically natural enough (and therefore quick) that I'm never
tempted to mouse through a menu for the function.
(2) More important, LO does not have in any form (via keystrokes or menu) the usual complement to
'Go-to', which is 'Go-back' (return to prior page/view, usually implemented via something like
Alt-LeftArrow). Without a complementary 'Go-back', 'Go-to' lacks the utility to be a compelling
part of the toolkit. It might be most useful to address that before thinking about where to
organize the function in the menu.
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