Just updated to newest LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 for Mac from 6.something.
I often need to copy rows and columns in tables in Writer. I mouse over the beginning of rows (or top of columns) and an arrow appears wherewith I can select one or multiple rows (or columns).
It used to be that this arrow appeared exactly where I would expect them. Now it seems that the arrow has shifted down and to the right as soon as I mouse over the beginning of a row or the top of a column to select it.
Normally the text cursor is like a double bracket with a dash in the middle that’s the center. When I select ordinary text the center dash denotes the crossover point to other lines above or below. When I mouse over the beginning of a row, it changes to an arrow. Used to change at the height of the dash. Now the arrow appears to the left of the lowest most point of the text cursor. So when I have that arrow at the center of a row’s height it selects the row above it.
I think this started when I upgraded beyond 7.x.
Very annoying when I think I click at a certain point and the row above it is selected.
Anybody know if I have something setup wrong or is this actually a bug?