Le 19/02/2011 11:33, RGB ES a écrit :
AFAIK, it's a feature. If you want the table toolbar to not disturb
your work space, when it just drag it and anchor it below the text
area: I always put there all the contextual toolbars.
Another option is to close forever that toolbar (unchecking it when it
appears) and create a custom one (Tools> Customize> Toolbars tab)
with the buttons you need: custom toolbars are not contextual.
Thanks for the suggestions, Ricardo (also to Irmhild and Cor).
I had never anchored the toolbar below the text area before, but there
it does not bother the text even when the bar disappears. I'll use that
as my workaround.
By the way, hard to believe that this is a feature. Were that the case,
in my opinion, it would appear as an option to have a given toolbar be
permanent or just appear when the curser was in a certain place.
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