[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 66890] EDITING: Double-clicking fill handle should also overwrite down the entire range (until empty cells)

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Tue Jul 9 17:35:39 UTC 2019


--- Comment #21 from Eike Rathke <erack at redhat.com> ---
What I'm missing here so far is a clear definition of the circumstances/cases
when to overwrite content and when not. Specifically if two or more columns are
selected and not all columns have yet content immediately below the selection.
Should an overwriting fill be started or not? And how far should be filled,
e.g. should the fill stop at the first blank cell anywhere in a row of the
selected columns, or should it continue if one of the adjacent cells in the
selected columns does have content? The non-overwriting fill (all cells
immediately below the selection are blank) is guided by the column immediately
left (or right if no data there) and stops if that has no content; what would
be expected of an overwriting fill? Stop there as well? Or continue to fill
until all data in all selected columns end? Or continue to fill until data in
one of the selected columns ends?

Apart from that, I'm not a friend of overwriting data by just double clicking a
handle of a selection. Twitching finger and boom..

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