On second thought I didn't explain well. GLAD to learn about F5--to me it is a
cute little box.
My specific inquiry, same subject. Example One--You copy your bank statement
of credits into a ODT (your document s/w). I still MUST select (Ctrl+A) in
order to right click and REMOVE HYPERLINK for EACH ONE!!
Now, selecting All (Ctrl+A) is difficult (s/w stalls and typing looks like
uneven) and I believe it is due to the hyperlinks (Ctrl+M). So I still
suggest, and I don't like re-inventin' ANY THING but you decide the importance
of this suggestion.
Again, right click to remove all hyperlinks would be great--as it is now each
hyperlink must be selected and Ctrl+M'd. I am not zipping this document
anywhere. Example Two--When I make a list of my passwords using ODT, any
hyperlink shows up as a type my email address. I used to stop before the
".net" but now I type it and select it and remove hyperlink. Still difficult
because of mouse communicating to s/w which can re-arrange my typing.
Typing to me is like printing or writing--I recall best. Thank you again for
>From: Marcus <marcus.m...@wtnet.de>
>Sent: Oct 15, 2016 9:57 PM
>Subject: Re: Suggestion for software please
>Am 10/16/2016 09:39 AM, schrieb Peter Kovacs:
>> Maybe it is worth about thinking to have a Link Manager of some kind. So
>> you can review the Links within your document.
>please don't re-invent the wheel. ;-)
>Such manager is already existing with the Navigator. Here you can see
>all links, rearrange, edit, or even delete them.
>IMHO This should be enough.
>> Rory O'Farrell<ofarr...@iol.ie> schrieb am So., 16. Okt. 2016, 09:07:
>>> On Sat, 15 Oct 2016 12:16:53 -1000 (GMT-10:00)
>>> <volley86...@mypacks.net> wrote:
>>>> When I have a personal document (odt) with hyperlinks in it (copied from
>>> another personal on-line document), I suggest software capability increase
>>> to allow a person to click on the document (odt) and then right-click to
>>> show the added software to remove all hyperlinks.
>>>> That's it.
>>> To globally remove all links might in many circumstances be dangerous as
>>> it would remove everything, wanted or unwanted. Navigator (F5) allows one
>>> to click on an unwanted link; hitting Delete then removes that link.
>>> Rory O'Farrell<ofarr...@iol.ie>
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