Issue 107195

Summary: Fail to dock Task Pane and Slide pane
Product: Impress Reporter: wolframgarten
Component: uiAssignee: AOO issues mailing list <issues>
Status: CONFIRMED --- QA Contact:
Severity: Trivial    
Priority: P3 CC: cno, issues, stefan.weigel, thomas.lendo
Version: OOo 3.1.1   
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Hardware: All   
OS: All   
Issue Type: DEFECT Latest Confirmation in: ---
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Description wolframgarten 2009-11-25 11:14:25 UTC
When dragging out the slide pane or the task pane it is very hard (nearly
impossible under window) to dock it again. A double click +CTRL helps a lot but
it only docks it back into the previous position. This works much better under
Comment 1 Stefan Weigel 2010-01-22 19:40:00 UTC

Task Pane and Slide pane cannot be docked on the left unless it is docked on the
right before.

I tried with Ubuntu Linux 9.10 as well as Windows 2000.

(1) Open a new presentation

(2) Task Pane is docked on the right side. Slide Pane is docked on the left side.

(3) Grab the title of the Task Pane or the Slide Pane and drag the pane to the
center of the application window. Pane will be undocked (floating).

(4) Again, grab the title of the pane and try to dock it on the left side of the
application window. --> You won´t be able to dock it.

(5) Again, grab the title of the pane and try to dock it on the right side of
the application window. --> This should be successfull.

(6) Docking a pane on the left side of the application window by drag&drop is
only possible, if the pane is already docked on the right side and you drag it
from there directly to the left.
Comment 2 Stefan Weigel 2010-01-22 20:14:48 UTC

Confirming initial statement from wg, with Windows it´s not possible to redock a
pane at all. With Linux it works like discribed in steps (1) - (6).

Under Linux (with compiz) it seems to be helpfull that you can drag the pane
temporarily to the next desktop. This actually enables dragging the pane back to
its docked position.
Comment 3 dfehling 2010-02-23 16:32:56 UTC
I found here:

That you can dock it by ctrl-clicking the grey area next to the word Slides.
This worked for me in linux.
Comment 4 wolframgarten 2010-02-24 08:21:42 UTC
Yes, but this only works for the last docked position. If you have dragged off
the bar and docked it to the bottom, dragged it loose again and want it to get
it on the left side again this trick does not work. You can only get it back to
the bottom.