Presently there isnt a means of editing comments in writer unless you use the mouse, so we need a feature similar to Calc's Sheet > Cell Comment > Edit Comment (uno:EditAnnotation) that would be provide the same functionality.
indeed - thanks
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) from comment #0)
Ctrl+Alt+C adds comment. If there is already a comment there, same combination edits comment. Mouse pointer unneeded for editing.
Ctrl+Alt+C adds comment but if there is already a comment there, same combination doesn't edit comment. Mouse pointer needed for editing.
Can you describe your bug report again? I want to fix it but i couldn't understand well.
(In reply to Gülşah Köse from comment #2)
> Ctrl+Alt+C adds comment. If there is already a comment there, same
> combination edits comment. Mouse pointer unneeded for editing.
The same combination doesnt edit the comment when the cursor is within a comment range and only works if the cursor is right above the triangle pointer of the comment selection text.
1) Type 'My name is Gulsah'
2) Add a comment around 'name is'
3) Place the cursor between the two words
4) Pressing ctrl+alt+c will create a new comment
5) Place the cursor at the end of the two words and the border highlight around the selection will appear and combination then works
The intended uno command intends to be active in both scenarios of the example above and be contextual, so that it is disabled when not on or within a comment, which will allow the uno command to be added to the context menu. This is the same as the 'Edit Link' command (.uno:EditHyperlink) for when the cursor is within a hyperlink.
> For Calc:
> Ctrl+Alt+C adds comment but if there is already a comment there, same
> combination doesn't edit comment. Mouse pointer needed for editing.
Would be good to make this combination work in Calc to edit comments as well.
To implement that two scenerio i think i need to seperate "insert comment" and "edit comment" commands. Because in the current state of LO Ctrl+Alt+C's behaviour is true. I am working on now.
Yes a separate "edit comment" command would be needed. :D
Patch that Gulsah previously submitted - https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/#/c/30332/
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