[Libreoffice-ux-advise] writer: link frames ...
olivier.hallot at documentfoundation.org
Thu Oct 27 11:18:02 PDT 2011
Em 27-10-2011 11:45, Michael Meeks escreveu:
> Hi guys,
> I only realised recently we have the 'link frames' feature in writer -
> which is a bit silly. The context menu for frames is sparse (by LibO
> standards), ~10 items. What do people think of adding a 'link' icon in
> there - mirroring the frame toolbar function ? [ it would be an easy
> easy hack ].
Are you talking about "previous link, next link"? If so, ok... I can
have a look into.
> Also - the link thing is quite annoying if you have text in a frame
> already (as often happens). Thoughts on a 2nd easy hack to simply remove
> the text, and append it to the previous frame in the chain ?
This one requires more skill than I have, but I will nevetheless look into.
> If these are non-controversial I'll add them as easy hacks :-)
I have one more suggestion: the same link mechanism as in writer for
frames in Draw. It will make the life of many desktop publisher a
breeze (such as those guys who edit on-line magazines  ).
Is it an easy hack as well?
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