Versão 126.96.36.199 (ID da versão: 4c82dcdd6efcd48b1d8bba66bfe1989deee49c3)
Ubuntu 12.04 AMD-64 Kernel 3.8
Steps to reproduce:
1. I select a table line;
2. I press shift key;
3. I press up or down arrow keys or the last line of the block I want to select.
Current behavior: selected block does not correspond to expected between first and last lines selected.
Expected behavior: selected cells block showd correspond to the area between the first and last lines selected
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 188.8.131.52.alpha0+ Master
I am a bit unclear on what you expect.
What I did:
Insert Table 4x4
Highlighted Row 1 (1x4)
Hold Ctrl, push down
Observed: Now row 1 and 2 (2x4) are selected
This is what I expect, are you expecting something else?
Marking as NEEDINFO as I'm not sure what you're expecting to see. Also, did this work differently in a previous version? Version field should be the oldest version you see the bug, not the newest which was tested -> so unless this is a change or regression, the bug should not be marked at 4.2 master
Please provide additional input and then mark bug as UNCONFIRMED and we'll investigate again.
I think that the expected behavior is what follows:
1/ move the mouse pointer on the left of the table in front of a row until it becomes an arrow pointing to the right
2/ left click => the row is selected
3/ move the mouse pointer several rows down
4/ move the pointer until it becomes an arrow pointing to the right
5/ press shift and left click
expected behavior: the block of rows is selected
current behavior: if the mouse pointer is a little too far from the table border it does not work.
So it works as expected but in a way slightly disconcerting. I am not if we can consider that as a bug. So set status back to UNCONFIRMED
Tested with the same behavior on version 4.0.6, 184.108.40.206.0+ and 220.127.116.11.beta1+
So set version to 4.0.6
Best regards. JBF
Hi, I agree that the cursor of selection has to be really near the border for it to work, but that's not a bug as it works as expected, the selection is made :) Closing - Sophie