On Sunday 19 February 2012 10:06:59 pm Greg Madden wrote:
> On Sunday 19 February 2012 3:21:15 pm Kristopher John Gamrat wrote:
> > On Sunday 19 February 2012 07:04:58 pm Greg Madden wrote:
> > > I have read, here, some users have various issues with 3.5.13. Here is
> > > mine.
> > >
> > > I use Librreoffice 3.3.4 for my business, all my docs & templates are
> > > full page tables, and multiple pages. One significant issue I have is
> > > the cut/copy> paste function in tables does not work in a timely fashion.
> > > I select data in multiple cells that I want to move or copy elswhere in
> > > the table/tables and it takes two tries to accomplish this. The first try
> > > pastes the data into a single cell, I have to repeat the
> > > select/cut/copy>paste process.. time consuming on a feature that can
> > > really save time.
> > >
> > > Now how is this a "TDE issue, not sure but two things stand out to me.
> > > 1. This is very pronounced since the upgrade from 3.5.12 > 3.5.13.
> > > 2. This sequence works fine in a Virtualbox instance of TDE 3.5.12 same
> > > LO ver.
> > >
> > > I could just re-install 3.5.12 on my workstation, but before I do I
> > > wanted to check other users issues, not 100% confidant the VB is an
> > > accurate test environment, i.e. everything seems to work fine with the
> > > virtual hardware VB uses, and it isn't a 100% identical software stack .
> > Two things I can think of:
> > -One is a possible glitch in LO (did you upgrade LO or any of the related
> > dependencies recently?). -The other is a possible glitch in Klipper (TDE's
> > clipboard manager, it's the Clipboard icon in the system tray with the K on
> > it). The only solution here I can think of is to remove
> > ~/.trinity/share/apps/klipper and ~/.trinity/share/config/klipperrc,
> > uninstall/purge klipper-trinity (or whatever the package name is on your
> > distro), then reinstall Klipper, and finally relaunch it.
> As odd as #2 sounds to me, uninstalling klipper & reinstalling, it worked :-)
> Now that I think about it, the clipboard does seem a reasonable suspect.
> Thank You.
Well, since LO doesn't actually handle the clipboard, something else does, hence Klipper being the issue :-)
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