Steps how to reproduce with "LibreOffice 18.104.22.168” English UI/ German Locale [Build-ID: f8fce0b] on German WIN7 Home Premium (64bit).
1. Open new DRQS document
2. Created a Textbox with simple Text "1 22 333 4444 55555"
3. Click into empty page area
4. Right click Text box (not to edit mode) -> Position and size
> You will see 2 properties 'Adapt - Fit ... to text
I wonder why we need these 2 Text properties here (what are also available in 'Format -> Text'), but not "Fit to frame" and the other text related properties for DRAW objects and pixel pictures. To me that looks inconsistent.
I recommend to remove those functions from that dialog.
Inherited from OOo!
don't know if it's a bug (perhaps enhancement ?)
But with your test, I have see a bug I think.
If you check [X] adapt Height to text, this doesn't work.
Ok for width.
"It does not work" is too rare. What EXACTLY did you expect, and what EXACTLY did you observe with waht LibO Version on what OS?
I am sorry to say so, but we can’t get any progress about this bug without more
information. There has been no answer to the questions for a very long time. Therefore we need to close this bug report. Feel free to reopen it
when you can provide requested information.
The unanswered questions are unrelated to the original bugreport. What more info do you need. There are simply identical options on two different dialogs (whereas one of the dialogs does have more size related options than the other), someone from UX should decide if they should be kept as is, modified so that both dialogs have all the text size related options, or removed from one of the dialogs.
(In reply to comment #3)
I wonder why I did not see that I was the reporter :-/
I still think that the current UI is inconsistent, I will attach some mocukups, soon
changing status to NEW since it's a UI change request
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Tommy27: on pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today, I don't reproduce the original behaviour.
Do you reproduce this? Did I miss something?
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