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    L M commented  · 

    What happened to the smart clipboard that appeared about a decade ago then disappeared? Need to be able to handle multiple non-default clipboard buffers (besides the standard Cut-Copy-Paste for primary/default clipboard buffer)

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    L M commented  · 

    Sadly I cannot see the link. I don't understand Japanese, but if you write it again in good Japanese perhaps I can find a better interpreter - would you try and explain again?

    I do know that borders sometimes leave ugly gaps in table layouts that cross page boundaries after cells are merged and/or arranged in other interesting layouts.

    Thanks.

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    L M commented  · 

    Look also at suggestion "Table text wrapping" that suggests making it work like images.

    Tables work either pseudo in-line or pseudo-wrapped. The positioning of the table and flow of text around it does not follow the same rules as images (either inline or floating) and without an anchor the positioning is chaotic and difficult to control.

    Tables are different to images in that they may span multiple pages, but where we have a small table we need the option of controlling the table object just like an image, with achor too.

    If we are to follow image positioning rules, then we need to forego table wrapping to next page (truncate at the end of the page); if we keep existing table rules we can have tables break between lines and rows over multiple pages as now. I for one would like to be able to work with either set of rules cleanly, not have a pseudo set of rules trying to do both but without doing either properly.

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    L M commented  · 

    Especially, need the 'inline' option so that a table object as a whole can be moved and sit in the same layer as text. So I can put a big picture and a table on the same line together. Also so I can see 'anchor' for the table and associate it with a paragraph to move with. Table positioning is unpredictable and uncontrollable at the moment.

    If we are using 'picture positioning' options set (as requested in this suggestion) and this causes problems with tables wrapping pages, and if a table is too long, then a) the table to move completely to the next page (if it fits) and b) table to be truncated at the bottom of the page if it's still too long. I think text boxes work like this.

    So, to be practical, we need a set of rules for a normal flowing table where rows and text break on page breaks (what we have now) and another set of rules to make the table work as a picture.

    I'd be able to figure it out, (and would really like to have these options) but would others figure it out?

    Something to consider for design.

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    L M commented  · 

    I've had that happen too. Not all the time though, sometimes settings across more than one tab do stick.

    Can we get some concrete examples, eg what fields, what values, entered in what order, to demonstrate this bug?

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    L M commented  · 

    Ribbon: Table Layout - Split table.

    If you wnat a new text line below the row you're on, put cursor to right of the row, press Enter, then split table. Easy to clean up extra row you mightn't want in the table below (select row, Backspace)

    Is that what you were looking for?

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    L M commented  · 

    Another thing that annoys me is that when I open a word document from another application link, then Alt+Tab back to the other application, I get one of my other Word doc windows instead because the OS 'thinks' in applications, rather than in documents. Need better windowing logic/control based on user workflows (documents/objects) rather than applications. Relates to Taskbar behaviour too - why stick all the word documents together when I'm using each of them separately, with different apps in my workflows?

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    L M commented  · 

    Microsoft made it Auto-hide without an option to turn Auto-hide off (so we could leave it always-on - like the task bar). Needs the option, and for the option to be OFF by default on workstations/tablets (can see a case for default ON for phones).

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    L M commented  · 

    Wide range of colour options and configurations please - for Diversity - themes - and control font sizes. And respect OS settings. And increase variety of choices at all levels.

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