The menu of filters that pops when LO doesn't recognize the doc you want it to open appears to be in random order. I'm requesting that it be changed to a listing of filer names arranged alphabetically.
Looking at it now, I have two remarks:
- when typing a character (e.g. m) the list selects the next item starting with that character;
- isn't it logic that on top we have ODF, and then the next most used?
I don't know if we're looking at the same thing. When I'm presented with a menu, I usually click on one of the choices; i.e., I do not type anything, so I don't understand your comment.
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Did you mean that dialog? You can navigate on it by typing first letter. But IMHO this dialog is still too complex. May be good idea is to divide it on two columns: name of format and tipycal extension.
@tester8 I think your solution seems feasible, going to change the title to better reflect the situation. Also going to mark as NEW and prioritize as TRIVIAL -> Low
Can you post a file that you have that actually triggers the dialog? I have tried everything I can think of to trigger it and I never see it. I'm marking as NEEDINFO until the file is posted. Thanks!
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