[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 95854] Calc: Insert Comment doesn't let me edit existing comment

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Sat Jan 9 09:45:46 PST 2016


Jean-Baptiste Faure <jbfaure at libreoffice.org> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |NEW
                 CC|                            |jbfaure at libreoffice.org
     Ever confirmed|0                           |1

--- Comment #5 from Jean-Baptiste Faure <jbfaure at libreoffice.org> ---
(In reply to web_libreoffice from comment #3)
> Also, "But you can create your own keyboard shortcut." - besides the point
> that I can't, why did we lose the ability to have *single* keyboard
> combination/functionality that lets me insert comment or edit existing one?

Indeed. For me the removal of this ability is a bug or a design error, because
you can't create a second comment if there is already one. So if a comment
exists, the only actions you can take is edit or remove the comment. As it is
not always obvious that a comment has already been defined, it is a good idea
to have the same shortcut to create and edit a comment.

Setting status to NEW even if the possibility to create a shortcut for the edit
comment exists in version 5.1. I think the bug should be fixed for the 5.0
branch. It is an accessibility problem too because it is not possible to edit a
comment without the mouse.

In the case of 5.1 and next, a shortcut for the edit comment command should be
defined by default. For example ctrl+shift+C but it would be better if we had
the same shortcut to edit and create a comment.
The mnemonics to create and edit a comment are the same: right click + M

Best regards. JBF

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