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Hi Christoph, all

Sorry for replying too late - also this is not the actual reply. But I need
to tell something bad... I don't know how, but my notebook's ethernet board
just busted, so I'm unable to access Internet from home, but just from
University - and my time here will be bery limited until I repare this [big]
problem. :-(

By now, thank you very very very much for doing these additions and I'll be
back with a appropriate reply. I hope soon! :-P
Paulo José O. Amaro
Computer Science student / UFSJ-MG-Brazil
Webdesigner / Linked E.J.
Design / LibreOffice
Blogger /

2011/3/16 Christoph Noack <>

Hi Paulo, all!

Cool - thanks for the excellent stuff :-) I'm trying to add a bit more
information for those who might be interested.

Am Dienstag, den 15.03.2011, 21:42 -0300 schrieb Paulo José Amaro:

By the way, I finally started the wiki page about this:
I've a doubt about the "Remaking", so if this word can be replaced by
another one more appropriated, don't think twice)

I felt free to add a section to the wiki page that deals with:
     * Specifications that deal with the current status bar items
     * Help documents that explain the current behavior
     * Ideas that have been collected within the community (or that I
       knew of previous discussions with the OOo UX team members)

Maybe this helps to e.g. reconsider some more items being only visible
in certain cases. And if not, it nicely shows the complexity of the
status bar topic ;-)

Being unable to do more (today), that's it.


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