Re: inconsistency in results using Ctrl+F in libreoffice across 2 Debian boxes
On Mon, 28 Nov 2011 16:54:54 +0000, AG wrote:
> On 28/11/11 16:37, Camaleón wrote:
>> On Mon, 28 Nov 2011 08:58:06 +0000, AG wrote:
>>> I have two machines, both running Debian stable (squeeze) and on both
>>> I jettisoned OpenOffice.org in favor of LibreOffice.
>>> On one machine (box A) in Writer or in Calc I can use the keyboard
>>> commands Ctrl+F or Ctrl+Alt+F to "find" and "find and replace"
>>> respectively. On Box B however, these keyboard commands don't work -
>>> instead the file drop down menu is activated.
>>> Aside from the actual hardware inside the boxes, the installation was
>>> the same, the updates were the same, etc. so how do I begin debugging
> Hi Camaleón
>> If that makes no difference, review your DE keyword shorcuts to check
>> if there is another application which is already using that keyword
> Do the DE short cuts get priority over application short cuts? Can this
> ordering be changed?
Hum... this is documented under "Shortcut Keys" at:
Only shortcut keys (key combinations) not used by the operating system
can be used in LibreOffice. If a key combination in LibreOffice does not
work as described in the LibreOffice Help, check if that shortcut is
already used by the operating system. To rectify such conflicts, you can
change the keys assigned by your operating system. Alternatively, you can
change almost any key assignment in LibreOffice. For more information on
this topic, refer to the LibreOffice Help or the Help documention of your
The application help of LibreOffice may use shortcut combinations for PC