Changes the contour of the selected object. LibreOffice uses the contour when determining the text wrap options for the object.
Displays a preview of the contour.
Applies the contour to the selected object.
Deletes the custom contour. Click here, and then click in the preview area.
Changes to selection mode, so that you can select the contour.
Draws a rectangular contour where you drag in the object preview. To draw a square, hold down Shift while you drag.
Draws an oval contour where you drag in the object preview. To draw a circle, hold down shift while you drag.
Draws a closed contour consisting of straight line segments. Click where you want to start the polygon, and drag to draw a line segment. Click again to define the end of the line segment, and continue clicking to define the remaining line segments of the polygon. Double-click to finish drawing the polygon. To constrain the polygon to angles of 45 degree, hold down Shift when you click.
Lets you change the shape of the contour. Click here, and then drag the handles of the contour.
Lets you drag the handles of the contour to change the shape of the contour.
Inserts a handle that you can drag to change the shape of the contour. Click here, and then click on the contour outline.
Removes a point from the contour outline. Click here, and then click the point that you want to delete.
Automatically draws a contour around the object that you can edit.
Reverses the last action.
Reverses the action of the last Undo command.
Selects the parts of the bitmap that are the same colour. Click here, and then click a colour in the bitmap. To increase the colour range that is selected, increase the value in the Tolerance box.
Enter the colour tolerance for the Colour Replacer as a percentage. To increase the colour range that the Colour Replacer selects, enter a high percentage.