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Hi Jean-François,

Le 2013-01-31 13:34, Marc Paré a écrit :
Bonjour et merci Jean-François,

Le 2013-01-31 12:59, Jean-Francois Nifenecker a écrit :
 > Le 31/01/2013 00:13, Marc Paré a écrit :
 >> I am almost finished with the Features page due to be unveiled to the
 >> website public on the LibreOffice v.4.0 unveiling day in Feb[1].
 > WRT the Logo toolbar, I just realized right now that the "logo" word
 > refers to the Logo language. Till now I had understood "logotype".
 > I think some others could have the same flooding imagination, thus
 > specifying "Logo language" instead of "Logo" might be clearer.

Ah! yes, makes sense. In fact if you follow the link on the section it
takes you to a series of articles that discuss "LibreLogo".


Maybe change the initial sentence for that section:

[OLD] "Logo toolbar and interpreter (László Németh, help in integration:
András Tímár)."

[NEW] ""LibreLogo" vector graphics language: Logo toolbar and
interpreter (László Németh, help in integration: András Tímár)."


ALSO change:

[OLD] "Logo examples on"

[NEW] "LibreLogo examples on";

This way people will would be redirected to the proper LibreLogo
extension rather than wondering if why it is on the template site.


How does that sound?


Forgot to mention that the changes are done on the page.

Thanks for the help J-F.


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