Getting changes more visible from a Google Doc

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Getting changes more visible from a Google Doc

I have a Google Doc with changes. When viewing the file on the Google
Drive web page, the changes have notes off to the side, making them more
visible. These are not comments, but a small text box showing the change.

When I downloaded the document, I enabled changes and comments. However,
when I open the file in Writer I can only see the changes in context,
not the text box off to the side. Is there a way to enable the text box
in Writer?

Thanks!

Leam

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Re: Getting changes more visible from a Google Doc

yes, i am getting many attempts to change  libre office on my various
Ubuntu desktops.. the intruders are very insistent and refuse to stand
down even when i block their entry and kill their processes i have
written script to detect their entry.. but they keep changing things.

Underneath the unwanted intrusions I have discovered access to certain
files are being changed, and the system by which the distribution works
as a whole is changing. .never do they tell me what they are doing or
why and always they update the installed applications so I cannot tell
they are changing the function.

I suspect this message will never reach the list.. but I tried. I
believe these massive in size  private unregulated, monopoly grant
powered (copyright and patent government protected by rule of law
generated from hot thin air ) private intrusions threaten the liberty of
all mankind and deny mankind the right to competitively compete with the
tools and knowledge our society has generated.

Our governments have assisted these technology monsters  Rule of law has
been used to make inaccessible to most of us what the world has
generated in knowledge and experience, and the global giants, those who
do have unfretted access to that knowledge and experience are using it
against the governed in every nation in the world.

The global monsters represent a most dangerous risk to human liberty
across the globe.   Life in virtual digital land has become much like
that of a prisoner in the jails owned by the tech owners of the
copyright and patent monopolies.  First the technology is researched,
discovered or invented, then it is copyrighted or patented; that is they
private claim to ownership are recorded in government operated offices. 
Copyright laws and patent laws make private ownership of technology
possible.

That recording of claims to private ownership in techonogly process has
enabled the bankster giants to be able to acquire the technology and to
use it to deny competition from any and all others.  Without corrupt
politicians laws that make monopolies (copyright and patents) would be
impossible, and everyone would remain free to pursuit their own happiness..

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On 2020-11-16 6:03 a.m., Leam Hall wrote:

> I have a Google Doc with changes. When viewing the file on the Google
> Drive web page, the changes have notes off to the side, making them
> more visible. These are not comments, but a small text box showing the
> change.
>
> When I downloaded the document, I enabled changes and comments.
> However, when I open the file in Writer I can only see the changes in
> context, not the text box off to the side. Is there a way to enable
> the text box in Writer?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Leam
>

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