By default, 'Accept Change' (.uno:AcceptTracedChange) and 'Reject Change' (.uno:RejectTracedChange) only accept or reject the selected change, but nothing more and i think that their default behaviour should also execute .uno:NextTrackedChange, so that the next track change is selected, similar to how it works in the 'Accept or Reject' dialog (.uno:AcceptTrackedChanges).
If this is not preferable, then i'd like to suggest that two addition uno entries be created - .uno:AcceptTracedChangeNext and .uno:RejectTracedChangeNext.
Created attachment 106612 [details]
track changes sample
Samuel Mehrbrodt committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
fdo#83953 Jump to next change when accepting or rejecting a change
The patch should be included in the daily builds available at
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Affected users are encouraged to test the fix and report feedback.
This bug fix comes with LibreOffice 4.4 (release notes https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/4.4)
The “Accept Change” and “Reject Change” commands now automatically jump to the next change.
I'm doing translation work, and I'm using Track changes quite a lot, but in my document, the change can be somewhat far away from each other, and even after accepting a change, I usually still need to comb through the text, so this feature sometimes forces me to scroll up the document again. I propose that this feature be toggleable and not forced on all users.
Please do not reopen a change just because you disagree with it - this is not enough to override the decision. There will always be some users that like default behavior changes and some that do not.
What you might want to do is create a NEW enhancement request that adds new buttons for "Accept Single Change." That is a fine enhancement request.
@Ph.D: Its unfortunate that the change isnt to your liking, so i'd suggest you stick with 4.3 for the time being. I've submitted an enhancement (bug 90597) to create new commands to provide the old behaviour.
Samuel: following https://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?id=583aec2552ed7f8eb22ea7ab7fff7d42e09a506d, should we reopen this one?
(In reply to Julien Nabet from comment #7)
> Samuel: following
> ?id=583aec2552ed7f8eb22ea7ab7fff7d42e09a506d, should we reopen this one?
No, we shouldn't change the current behavior. We can open a new bug to create a command that has the behavior mentioned in this bug.
Bug opened in bug 101977.