[Libreoffice-ux-advise] Table of Contents hyperlinks by default
cbosdonnat at suse.com
Fri Dec 23 02:34:47 PST 2011
Hi again Cor,
On Fri, 2011-12-23 at 11:29 +0100, Cor Nouws wrote:
> Cedric Bosdonnat wrote (23-12-11 11:15)
> > That style is never used in the code... so we can change it to anything
> > we want here. I'll assign that style to the ToX hyperlinks
> > As it seems to be an impossible quest to get something visible but
> > pretty, I'm wondering whether a new indicator for hyperlinks wouldn't be
> I did a test and changed the Index Link style to have underline, grey
> 30% or so, and single or dotted. Looks fine to me. Distinguished, yet
> visibly showing that there'se smthng special.
Well, I'll wait for other ideas to come here before implementing that.
And it'll be for 3.6 I think.
> > I'm wondering whether a new indicator for hyperlinks wouldn't be
> > THE answer. What I mean here is a button that shows up when the mouse is
> > over the link and provides a few useful actions on the hyperlink (could
> > be a feature for 3.6)
> Currently we have the 'use ctrl-click' advise with mouse-over.
> You think about adding all the actions that are in the context menu, I
Yes... but indeed that's probably not that interesting to have the
actions in another place in that case: I forgot about the tooltip and
the cursor change.
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