Shift+F3 is a very handly way to make capital of the first sentence's letter or all of them. In LO past versions, it was just select the word, or the sentence and click the shortcut and it's done and it toggles capital first letter, all or none of them. I used to use it a lot, writing a text. Now, in LO 6.1.* versions, I select the words in the sentence that I want to capitalize, but after the shortcut press, it capitalize the selected, but toggles other letter out of the selection, which is the behavior not expected, turning the shorcut unable to use. Since LO 6.1.0.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Mark a word in a sentence of a paragraph, specially if it has other capitals other than the selection you made.
2.Press shift+F3 three times.
3. See what happens with the word with capitals that's out of the karked word that you want to change (that's the only word that must be altered)
Selected word and those ones out of the selection will be altered with the shortcut.
The marked word or sentence will change with sequential presses of the shorcut, as well as other capitalized words in the sentence not marked or in the paragraph, which is not the behavior expected.
User Profile Reset: Yes
Only the word or letter selected must be altered with shortcut, not those ones not selelected or marked.
The behavior is totally different on LO 6.0.6 (the correct one).
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 119495 ***
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 49033 ***