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2020-08-31 19:26:17 +0100 asked a question Why can't I start the tags with a dot?

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2020-08-31 19:21:20 +0100 asked a question How is LibreOffice supposed to render a .doc file with HTML content?

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2018-05-07 23:15:06 +0100 marked best answer No certificate visible for signing PDF

Using LibreOffice 6.0.3.2 on Fedora 28:

I try to digitally sign a PDF document. To do this

  • I select File | Digital Signatures | Sign Existing PDF...
  • then I choose to open a PDF generated with LibreOffice Writer;
  • then I select the Sign Document button in the blue bar;
  • the Digital Signatures pop up window opens. Here I select the Sign Document... button;
  • the Select Certificate pop up window opens, but there are no certificates visible.

However, when I use a similar procedure to sign an .odt or .odg document, I do see my OpenPGP certificate.

Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug?

2018-05-06 18:31:55 +0100 asked a question No certificate visible for signing PDF

No certificate visible for signing PDF Using LibreOffice 6.0.3.2 on Fedora 28: I try to digitally sign a PDF document.

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2016-11-20 12:25:40 +0100 answered a question How to recognize an external data cell

Press F5 to open the Navigator window. Inside there is a 'Linked areas' section. In this section are the cells that contain linked data. Double click on it to select the cell containing the linked data.

2016-11-20 12:15:06 +0100 asked a question How to recognize an external data cell

I have a Calc spreadsheet with a cell that contains external data from another Calc spreadsheet.
How can I see that this cell contains a link to external data. If I click on the cell, I just see the value of the external data. In the menu Edit|Links... I can see that there is a link to another document, but I cannot see where it is located in the referencing document.
I would expect something like an indicator that a cell is referencing external data, for example a menu option when right clicking the cell that indicates that the cell references external data. So, how can I see that a specific cell references external data?

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2016-11-19 20:50:58 +0100 asked a question How to insert a relative file name in calc

I'm trying to insert a relative file name in calc (on Fedora Linux), like:

='./test1.ods'#$sheet1.B2

however, this is automatically replaced by:

='file:///home/jan/tmp/test/test1.ods'#$Sheet1.B2

even though I have in Tools|Options...|Load/Save|General the following selected:
Save URLs relative to file system

Any suggestions on how to use relative URLs as references?