[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 89566] SIDEBAR: Improving the navigator tab

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Mon Feb 23 01:44:40 PST 2015


--- Comment #6 from Cor Nouws <cno at nouenoff.nl> ---
(In reply to Jay Philips from comment #3)
> Hi Cor,
> So glad you got to see this one. :D
> (In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #1)
> > The only reason I could think of, is that when browsing through the
> > document, you don't need to leave the Navigator - all is there.
> Yes i thought that might be a reason but noticed that the buttons do nothing
> if you are on a page with no header or footer and also that headers and
> footers dont change that frequently in a document, so there isnt a need to
> jump to them that often.

Depend on how the feature Navigator is defined?
I would not miss it, but find it heard to speak for others in such a case..

> By the way, i couldnt understand what the buttons labeled toggle, 

The the Navigator is floating, that shows/hides the content.

> drag mode,

You can drag to paste/link parts from one document to another and within the
document. That offers the choice copy/link/...

> set reminder,

temporary bookmark. You can have 5 IIRC. Can via the Navigation button choose
to jump to those. 

> anchor<->text.

Jump between foot/end notes and the marker in the text.

(See the Help for all those, I guess?)

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