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2015-06-11 22:45:51 +0100 bir soru cevapladı [FEATURE REQUEST] Go back to last cursor position

This is still important and still needed, separately from bookmarks. you jump from positions to other positions repeatedly while working with text documents, so, adding bookmark each time is not practical. Also suppose that, you added a cross referance, you ctrl-clicked on that, you went to that section. You want to return to where you came. So, something like: Go Back, Go Forward, just like browsers, but movement in text, would be very nice feature. I need this feature very much.

2014-12-09 12:53:25 +0100 bir soru cevapladı How to remove or edit caption category

More clear question is this:

here is the scenario/problem:

  • insert an image/something
  • right click, caption, choose something, for ex, Illustration
  • on another place in document, click menu->insert->cross-reference, choose that illustration with category name
  • assume that you did this many times for many images/shapes
  • One day, you decided to change all "Illustrations" to "Figures"

here is the problem: you can change "Illustration" texts in image/frames to "figures", however, cross references remain still as "Illustration"

Temporary solution that I found: save file with .fodt extension. This saves the file in plaintext xml ( ) Then, open that file using a regular text editor, change all "old category names" to your desire, save file (This may not be easy if you have same string in your normal document text)

Re-open that file in libreoffice, save as you wish.. This method is much simpler than unzip-zip method, as described in

however, a direct category edit is needed for future easy use of LibreOffice.

Anyway, thanks for all works of LibreOffice Writers/coders/workers, I am more productive with LibreOffice than Mic.Office.