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 2018-12-03 13:12:08 +0200 받은 배지 ● 비평가 (source) 2017-01-17 11:53:03 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 Is it possible to view two calc sheets side by side? Simpler answer does translate to MacOS X environment easily. 2016-03-03 16:53:23 +0200 으뜸 답변으로 표시됨 Why definition of a character style "relative" to the "Default Style" is blocked? I only work with styles within any editor (because I intend to work on large and professionnal documents). I would like to define a character style which will only depend on the "Default Style". Let's take an example with a style I need: "Important". This character style named "Important" will be used within any paragraph to just change the Font Typeface from "Regular" to "Bold". I want to get the same result whichever is the actual paragraph font in use in my actual paragraph. Here is how I proceeded. My cursor is on a paragraph of style "P1". P1 is using typeface Papyrus, 16pt. I defined a new character style named "Important" with the function "New Style from Selection". Within "Organizer" I choosed Linked with "Default Style". LibreOffice displayed an error message: This Style cannot be used as a base Style, because it would result in a recursive reference. I can't understand how defining a relation as simple as Default Style → Important  might cause any form of recursion: there is no loop of dependency there. Why is this relative definition blocked? I feel that such a relative definition is very practical and basic need. To ensure all my character styles won't stay stiff if I decide to change a full range of paragrahs styles I need relative character definitions and not absolute ones. 2016-03-03 16:31:04 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2016-03-03 16:08:39 +0200 으뜸 답변으로 표시됨 How to define a character style changing just one component of style? I only work with styles within any editor (because I intend to work on large and professionnal documents). I would like to define a character style which will only depend on the "Default Style". Let's take an example with a style I need: "Important". To overcome an error message I don't yet understand (and fully described there: Why definition of a character style "relative" to the "Default Style" is blocked?) I choosed to link this character style with "- None -". I put my cursor on another paragraph which is in style P2 and using Font Times, 12 pt. I select the word "based". If I change this word with the character style "Important" it is changed correctly to a bold typeface, but at the same time is switched to Papyrus 16 pt coming from P1. This is producing this result which is of no use (for me): How should I define this new "Important" character style so as to be able to change just the component of my character style I want to change and not all the other ones? 2016-03-03 11:34:57 +0200 으뜸 답변으로 표시됨 Page breaks management? I'm working with: LibreOffice 4.2.3.3 MacOS X 10.8.5  I activated the mode: View > Non printing characters because I'm not able to manage a document where I don't see everything. Then I can see all the returns and tabulations and have an immediate understanding of any alignement problem coming from extra spaces or tabulations or returns. I can directly select any of them and simply remove them with a basic delete ⌫. But I still find it very hard to see and manage page breaks. How may I render page breaks directly visible? How may I remove them as easily as any other "non printing" character? 2016-03-03 11:29:46 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2016-03-03 10:36:02 +0200 으뜸 답변으로 표시됨 How to get rid of WW8Num8 list style I'm working with: LibreOffice 4.2.3.3 MacOS X 10.8.5  I got more than 20 list styles I don't use and I would like to remove. I want to get rid of menus jamed with useless entries. These list styles have names of the form: WW8Num  where n is a number in [1 ; 25]. These styles are the results of a .doc opening. When a select anyone of this list styles, let's say for example WW8Num8, open the control drop down menu, and select Delete..., the selected list style disappear from the displayed list. But... I have a problem. If I close and reopen Format > Styles and Formatting, the list style WW8Num8 is there again. If I am on a paragraph where this list style was used, this paragraph is still using the list style WW8Num8. How may I get rid of (for example) the WW8Num8 list style? Is this a bug? 2016-03-02 23:45:54 +0200 으뜸 답변으로 표시됨 Basic paragraph indentation and numbering Running LibreOffice 4.2.3.3 I don't manage to define basic paragraph numbering scheme. I just want to define correctly 2 paragraph styles only and named: Title 1 Title 2 I want to get a very basic numbering and indentation scheme I tried to mimmic here: 1. Chapter 1 [style Title 1] 1.1. sub chapter 1 [style Title 2] 2. Chapter 2 [style Title 1] 2.1. sub chapter 1 [style Title 2]  I have created these 2 paragraph styles and modified them from the Styles and Formatting tool. Style Title 2 is linked to Title 1 since I want to keep them consistent. But I can't get the Title 1 correct indent of text after number to work. I entered a specification of 1.00 cm for the 1st tab, and a numbering scheme Numbering 1 specifying to add a tab after the number. I applied this modification, but nothing happens. The numbering scheme for both styles is Numbering 1. Nonetheless, the numbering stays wrong. Here is the deception point I reached thus far: 1. Chapter 1 [style Title 1] 2. sub chapter 1 [style Title 2] 3. Chapter 2 [style Title 1] 4. sub chapter 1 [style Title 2]  I thoroughly read the documentation but can't see what I didn't get right there. How should I modify my Title 2 paragraph style to obtain the basic specified indentation and numbering scheme? 2015-08-28 11:41:13 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2015-06-04 22:50:29 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2015-04-06 16:13:50 +0200 받은 배지 ● 주목할 만한 질문 (source) 2015-04-06 14:34:58 +0200 질문에 답변하였습니다 How to insert a [return] in a cell? To place a return within a cell containing text, you have to type [⌘]+[return]. This is ununderstandable in a MacOS X context. This is an error on a Mac in 3 ways: On MacOS X, the [⌘] key is reserved for commands and is never used to input text. The keys used to modify the keyboard mapping for input are [⌥], [⌃] and of course [⇧]. The [return] is redundant with the [↓] (down arrow key), hence there was no real need to map the [return] key to move the cursor down (I have a more natural key for this function). Most of the MacOS X application are assigning to keys the most natural function everyone is expecting. The most natural function which might be associated to typing a [return] is to insert a return. 2015-04-04 14:52:28 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How to insert a [return] in a cell? I understand our misunderstanding. As indicated in my OQ, I have this problem on MacOS X Mountain Lion. 2015-04-02 01:25:06 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How to insert a [return] in a cell? Sorry, it doesn't work: just jump on the next cell (down). 2015-04-02 01:12:26 +0200 받은 배지 ● 인기있는 질문 (source) 2015-04-01 16:47:26 +0200 질문하였습니다 How to insert a [return] in a cell? I'm actually using LibreOffice 4.2.3.3 on MacOS X Mountain Lion I need to place returns in cells containing text. Just as usual when typing text. I tried [⇧]+[return], [⌥]+[return} and I always fall on the next cell. I tried to change Preferences: LibreOffice Calc > General ☐ Press Enter to move selection  which does only change my [return] to a dead key. How may I switch to a mode where my [return] key does work as most usually expected putting a new line exactly where I am typing? If this isn't possible is there a way to remap any key or combination of keys so as to include [return] as fluently as possible? 2015-01-22 21:38:26 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2014-11-20 18:05:30 +0200 받은 배지 ● 주목할 만한 질문 (source) 2014-11-20 02:48:23 +0200 받은 배지 ● 인기있는 질문 (source) 2014-11-19 19:00:28 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How to color cells efficiently? To make a try, I just copied one of my table in writer and pasted it within calc. The formulas are there, but all the formatting styles are lost. 2014-11-19 18:51:12 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How to color cells efficiently? I thought to this way. But this will lead me to another problem of the same size: "how will I set the paragraph formatting efficiently of many cells" ? I would like to manage within a technical document tables with text correctly formatted and cells correctly formatted. These tables contains about half an hundred cells. 2014-11-19 18:41:26 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How to color cells efficiently? You are welcome to laugh: I did the same sort of error. I searched on Google: "LibraOffice Applying Conditional Formatting" and read many pages scratching my head. "Where are all these fantastic functions? Is my version that old? Are my eyes that tired?" 2014-11-19 18:36:21 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How to color cells efficiently? Under the Format menu I haven't any Conditional Formatting entry. I don't get it even when I select a cell of my table. Is this a dynamical menu I could get only under certain conditions? 2014-11-19 18:10:43 +0200 질문하였습니다 How to color cells efficiently? I'm working with: LibreOffice 4.2.3.3 MacOS X 10.8.5  I have to manage a few tables so as to fill their cells to express a level (temperature for example). Here is an example of the background-color scheme I would like to achieve: The function to implement is: if (cell-content == 1) then color-background = green if (cell-content == 2) then color-background = yellow [...]  I already have a pretty good idea of a bad method: select cell select menu > Table > Table Properties... select Background, choose Background color, click OK goto 1 until deadline What are the efficient ways to achieve this color filling efficiently and so as to be able to change the overall color scheme? Is there a right method with "conditional paragraph styles" (p. 216 of Writer Guide 4.0)? Is there a right method with "formulas" ( p. 282 of Writer Guide 4.0)? Is it possible to get a function like a "cell-style" so as to apply it manually to a given set of cells? 2014-11-19 17:39:03 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2014-10-25 11:43:02 +0200 받은 배지 ● 유명한 질문 (source) 2014-10-12 10:50:19 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 [Solved in v4.0.2] Variable not evaluated in header Could someone add 4.0.0.3 within the title of this question: old bug, fixed now? 2014-10-11 14:47:17 +0200 질문에 답변하였습니다 How can I write 'ñ' in Libreoffice for Mac? ⌥(option) + N, N → ñ ⌥(option) + N, ⇧(shift) + N → Ñ To find the other interesting characters: activate the Keyboard Viewer: System Preferences > Language & Text > Input Sources turn on Keyboard & Character Viewer open the Keyboard Viewer, from the Keyboard selector within the menu bar, press the ⌥(option) key (or any other keyboard modifier) to discover which character on the keyboard may give you access to language specific characters (ex. : ⌥ + N → ã, ñ, õ, Ã, Ñ, Õ). . Note : this is not a shortcut specific to LibreOffice, you can use it within the Finder anf within any application. 2014-10-08 20:12:46 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 How do I change the formatting of Cross-References? Is this extension compatible with LibreOffice 4.x? 2014-09-06 17:36:28 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 Why do carriage returns within a comment (on this site) not display as expected? [⇧]+[return] doesn't work.[included here] It "seems" to have the same function as a [return]. Are you talking of the [enter] which exists on some keyboards and is different from [return]? 2014-09-06 17:33:24 +0200 으뜸 답변으로 표시됨 Why do carriage returns within a comment (on this site) not display as expected? Every time I place a return within a comment (for example to separate elements of a very small list) they are displayed correctly within the editing window. But once my comment is saved I discover that something ate all these returns. What is the trick to put a needed return where I want within a comment? 2014-09-06 17:33:15 +0200 질문에 댓글을 달았습니다 Why do carriage returns within a comment (on this site) not display as expected? → oweng: thank you for improving the subject. 2014-09-06 17:31:37 +0200 받은 배지 ● 학자 (source)