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When using the libreoffice spreadsheet program 'calc', clicking on a cell containing a hyperlink will immediately open it in a web browser. I would prefer to control-click it to open that link in a web browser. How can I do this?

There looks like such an option in the security settings, but it seems not to do anything.

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I've added a RfE - see the link in my reply. – tohuwawohu Jun 21 '12 at 13:49
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The option in the security settings affects only the Writer component. I think it would be useful to have this option for Calc and Impress documents, too.

EDIT: Here's my request for enhancement (libreoffice bugzilla entry) regarding this issue.

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