Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-12-01 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 28/11/2014 21:11, aparsloe a écrit : If I recall correctly there was a somewhat desultory and confusing discussion. I didn't know what to put on trac and so put nothing. I think you can use your original description and maybe point to this discussion, for example here:

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-12-01 Thread aparsloe
On 1/12/2014 9:44 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 28/11/2014 21:11, aparsloe a écrit : If I recall correctly there was a somewhat desultory and confusing discussion. I didn't know what to put on trac and so put nothing. I think you can use your original description and maybe point to

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-12-01 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 28/11/2014 21:11, aparsloe a écrit : If I recall correctly there was a somewhat desultory and confusing discussion. I didn't know what to put on trac and so put nothing. I think you can use your original description and maybe point to this discussion, for example here:

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-12-01 Thread aparsloe
On 1/12/2014 9:44 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 28/11/2014 21:11, aparsloe a écrit : If I recall correctly there was a somewhat desultory and confusing discussion. I didn't know what to put on trac and so put nothing. I think you can use your original description and maybe point to

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-12-01 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 28/11/2014 21:11, aparsloe a écrit : If I recall correctly there was a somewhat desultory and confusing discussion. I didn't know what to put on trac and so put nothing. I think you can use your original description and maybe point to this discussion, for example here:

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-12-01 Thread aparsloe
On 1/12/2014 9:44 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 28/11/2014 21:11, aparsloe a écrit : If I recall correctly there was a somewhat desultory and confusing discussion. I didn't know what to put on trac and so put nothing. I think you can use your original description and maybe point to

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-11-28 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 07/06/2014 07:43, aparsloe a écrit : Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-11-28 Thread aparsloe
On 28/11/2014 11:51 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 07/06/2014 07:43, aparsloe a écrit : Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-11-28 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 07/06/2014 07:43, aparsloe a écrit : Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-11-28 Thread aparsloe
On 28/11/2014 11:51 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 07/06/2014 07:43, aparsloe a écrit : Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-11-28 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 07/06/2014 07:43, aparsloe a écrit : Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-11-28 Thread aparsloe
On 28/11/2014 11:51 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 07/06/2014 07:43, aparsloe a écrit : Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
08/06/2014 22:57, Richard Heck: I think the reason this happens is that the layout in effect in the inset becomes the layout in effect in the paragraph, if the inset is the only thing there. I'm not sure exactly why it works that way, though. This is is probably the case indeed. This makes

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-10 Thread aparsloe
On 10/06/2014 8:38 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: 08/06/2014 22:57, Richard Heck: I think the reason this happens is that the layout in effect in the inset becomes the layout in effect in the paragraph, if the inset is the only thing there. I'm not sure exactly why it works that way,

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
08/06/2014 22:57, Richard Heck: I think the reason this happens is that the layout in effect in the inset becomes the layout in effect in the paragraph, if the inset is the only thing there. I'm not sure exactly why it works that way, though. This is is probably the case indeed. This makes

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-10 Thread aparsloe
On 10/06/2014 8:38 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: 08/06/2014 22:57, Richard Heck: I think the reason this happens is that the layout in effect in the inset becomes the layout in effect in the paragraph, if the inset is the only thing there. I'm not sure exactly why it works that way,

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
08/06/2014 22:57, Richard Heck: I think the reason this happens is that the layout in effect in the inset becomes the layout in effect in the paragraph, if the inset is the only thing there. I'm not sure exactly why it works that way, though. This is is probably the case indeed. This makes

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-10 Thread aparsloe
On 10/06/2014 8:38 p.m., Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: 08/06/2014 22:57, Richard Heck: I think the reason this happens is that the layout in effect in the inset becomes the layout in effect in the paragraph, if the inset is the only thing there. I'm not sure exactly why it works that way,

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-08 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/07/2014 01:43 AM, aparsloe wrote: Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-08 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/07/2014 01:43 AM, aparsloe wrote: Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is

Re: Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-08 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/07/2014 01:43 AM, aparsloe wrote: Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is

Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-06 Thread aparsloe
Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is the inset destroyed but so too is the

Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-06 Thread aparsloe
Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is the inset destroyed but so too is the

Backspacing at the start of an inset occupying a paragraph

2014-06-06 Thread aparsloe
Placing the cursor at the start of an inset and pressing the backspace key destroys the inset and makes its content part of the surrounding text. However, if the inset is the *only* item in a paragraph environment (list, Quotation, etc.) then not only is the inset destroyed but so too is the