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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-space


Den sön 16 juni 2019 kl 16:37 skrev Dave Howorth <dave@howorth.org.uk>:

> On Sun, 16 Jun 2019 08:41:42 +0200
> Luuk <luuk34@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On 16-6-2019 05:59, V Stuart Foote wrote:
> > > Luuk wrote
> > >> Why did this option not get a 'reserverd place in the menu' ?
> > >> together with the shortcut-key reference (
> > >> <Alt>
> > >> +X) ?
> > >>
> > >> An option like
> > >> <Ctrl>
> > >> +C is only known to all people (more than 75 % ??),
> > >> because the shortcut key is next to it in the menu!
> > > Hmm, interesting question. The BZ tdf#73691 sheds no light, and I
> > > can't remember any discussion of adding it to a menu. But it was
> > > prominently advertised in the release notes for 5.1
> > > <
> https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/5.1#Unicode_character_input_with_Alt.2BX
> >
> > >
> > > The actual .uno:UnicodeNotationToggle command is available to
> > > assign in Customization receiving default en-US name in
> > > Customization of "Toggle Unicode Notation" and can be added to
> > > Menu, Toolbars, and Context menu. It shows for LibreOffice globally
> > > as <Alt>+x -- Command Name and the keyboard shortcut are localized
> > > and configured by os.
> > >
> > > I could possibly see it assigned to the Standard toolbar,
> > > adjacent to the Special character dialog button.
> > > But, I'm not sure how it could be ussed from menu, and which menu
> > > -- Insert, Format or even Tools -- would hold it. Checked, and it
> > > does _not_ appear on any MS Office menus.
> > >
> > > So kind of seems the enhancement of the BZ issue was fully
> > > implemented--with no functional reason to add it to a menu just to
> > > expose the shortcut.
> > >
> > > Stuart
> > >
> > Thanks for the explanation.
> >
> > There are other function which are useless in the menu, like i.e.
> > CTRL+C. Most (read 'all') users will use their keyboard.
>
> Not true. Copy does not have a universal accelerator unfortunately,
> sometimes it is Shift+Ctrl+C or other things.


How often does that happen? I have only seen it in one kind of application,
and that's in virtual terminals, since Ctrl+c usually is used for
cancelling there.


Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg


> So I sometimes use the
> menu in applications that I'm not completely familiar with.
>
> > About the position of 'ToglleUnicodeNotation' in the menu (if that
> > ever becomes an issue 😉), the 'edit' menu is a better place,
> > because it's not inserting something.
> >
> >
> > Luuk
> >
> >
> >
>
>
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References:
[libreoffice-users] insert non-breaking semi-spaceEric Beversluis <ebever@researchintegration.org>
Re: [libreoffice-users] insert non-breaking semi-spaceEric Beversluis <ebever@researchintegration.org>
[libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-spaceV Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-spaceLuuk <luuk34@gmail.com>
[libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-spaceV Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-spaceLuuk <luuk34@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-spaceDave Howorth <dave@howorth.org.uk>
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