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Hi Kendy, Samuel, all

Jan Holesovsky-4 wrote
Sorry, I did not mean you directly :-) [I know you are busy] -  just
wanted to encourage all the people there.  I wanted to stress that an
extremely important part of the work that the developers are doing is to
enable much broader audience that can make the work directly, without
having to block on somebody who would turn designs into actual code.

Actually - it would be fantastic to add it as a requirement to the
Whiteboard process that in case a dialog / other interaction is
designed, it has to appear there as .ui at some (relatively early) stage
too, not only as a mockup.

I am not a designer or a developer. I just loaded Glade because I thought it
would be fun.

I can't get the icons to show (followed the instructions by Samuel
and at least got rid of the error message)

There is no extras/source/glade folder so I pointed it to
%ProgramFiles%\LibreOfficeDev 4\share\glade (which only contains

I can't even resize a box... Clicking on Help returns "Could not show link:
HEAD request failed: 301 Moved Permanently". Right clicking on a object and
choosing Read Documentation doesn't do anything.

I think it is a fantastic idea and it is a good starting point. Probably
needs more fine tunning (or maybe it simply doesn't apply to Windows users
:) )

Thought you might be interested ;)

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