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If you could write down the places that need updating, that'd be great. I
have so much stuff to add and don't really know where to begin.

well some of the things on your LibreWiki page has gone with out an update
for a while. things have changed so much since you last changed it. as for
what can change the "Add page/slide" button and Live preview sections are
things that immediately jump out as needs to be changed.

Here I mean right within the main application frame/section, where the
focus is, where the author is working. I may be using the word wrong,

thanks for clearing that up. I figured that was what you mean but was not

There is an insertion bar on the side for Impress/Draw (it's more important
there than in Writer, IMHO).
I don't think I understand the question...

in your reponse to Astron who said

* Add page/slide:
I can see this being very useful in Impress and Draw, but in those
programs, I would probably put this button into the sidebar.

you replied

 There is no sidebar for Impress/Draw in Citrus (unless you mean the
Navigator). The point of this button is to have a button inline, so that a
user didn't have to have a sidebar open to get this core functionality.
That's especially useful when working on a small screen and/or with two
windows side-by-side (which I have quite often).

I wanted to know if you were referring to the insertion bar. I thought that
the insertions bar was made for all the programs.

ok so you like what I did in my latest mock up. could you reply to my
thread about the changes in the mock up i made. I know that you do not
a lot of time on your hands. lets keep this one for complaints and that
about the mockups.

 OK, definitely.
Have to find it first, though.

if you need my addition here it is [1]

Tables are green in Writer as well, yes. And images orange. That way, you
always know what you have selected, what you're working with, and you start
associating green with tables and orange with images and yellow with
shapes. And that way, you'll remember that Calc (green) is the table
program, Draw (yellow) the shape program, etc.

I personally don't want to have a different color scheme for the different
LibO modules, I want them to feel like parts of a whole, with just
different "papers". I would also like to conform to the system theme as
much as possible (very important on Linux).

I just thought that it would look cool. but I see what you are trying to
achieve with the color schemes.


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