On May 5, 2008, at 4:58 AM, Mark J. Reed wrote:

> Huh?  What is it about NeoOffice that doesn't conform?

Well, I haven't used it since last year, so it might have changed by  

...but what always caught me off guard was that e.g. option+cursor  
left didn't go one word to the left. (There was another modifier 
+cursor left combination that did do it, but I don't remember what it  
was. I think it may have been command+cursor left, which has the  
disadvantage that it's unlike both the Mac way and the Windows way!)

> On 5/5/08, Eric Christopherson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> On May 4, 2008, at 9:12 PM, Mark J. Reed wrote:
>>> NeoOffice works fine for me, but as a Java app it is noticeably  
>>> slower
>>> - too slow for some folks to tolerate.  It also lags behind the
>>> official OO releases featurewise while the port is updated, which
>>> mostly doesn't matter now but did during the long wait for the 2.x
>>> version..  I'm definitely looking forward to the native Cocoa  
>>> port of
>>> OOOO.
>> I just hope it has Mac-style shortcut keys and cursor key modifiers.
>> It's hard for me to work with NeoOffice and the X11 version of OO.o
>> because they don't conform.
> -- 
> Sent from Gmail for mobile |
> Mark J. Reed <[log in to unmask]>