Re: [tdf-discuss] the status bar
At 10:50 30/11/2010, Sigrid Carrera wrote:
Hi, 2010/11/30 Jih-Yao Lin <email@example.com>
> what is the WW8Num3 below the writer?
I'm not sure what you're talking about. Which number below Writer?
At which position is it in the status bar? In my status bar is the
following (from left to right): Field with page numbers - style
(default) - language (German) - INSRT (or Overwrite)- STD (marking
of text) - Notifier about my document being changed - Notifier about
digital signature - selector for how to display pages - zoom
selector (with a slide) - zoom selector (numerical value).
WW8Num3 seems to be a list style; you can find it in the Styles and
Formatting widget when you click the button for List Styles (i.e. the
button at the top, not the item "List Styles" in the menu at the bottom).
When you use it, you will see WW8Num3 in the status bar: in
OpenOffice.org Writer it will be in the field between Digital
Signature and the selector for how to display pages.
> Is it normal in writer?
I'd say my above list is pretty normal for Writer. Can you describe,
where you have something different?
> I am using LO in chinese.
I am using LibO in English. Sigrid
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