[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 89154] EDITING: Ctrl+Right key - cursor doesn't stop at the end of the line, jumps to next paragraph

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Wed Feb 25 00:28:44 PST 2015


--- Comment #7 from Heiko Tietze <heiko.tietze at user-prompt.com> ---
To my knowledge ctrl+cursor jumps to the next whitespace character (dev should
confirm this). And what I mean is that the list of whitespace characters that
are used for cursor stop should not be individually defined by any program but
the OS. If Daniel would be right with stop at the line feed I would agree with
his bug report. 

But when I try with dummy text in LO 4.4 and within this dialog (Firefox v35;
both under Windows Seven) I get the same sequence for ctrl+left/right that
jumps over the line feed.

"waiting for a chance to grab the *fruit *of *his *labor
*Or *did *the steps behind him mean that one of many"
(Stars denote the cursor stop here)

What I expect too is the same behavior back and forth. If you stop at the
paragraph end it should stop for both left and right movements, which could be
strange though.

(BTW: The stars are also treated for cursor stops. So my whitespace argument is
very questionable.)

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