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Le 25/11/2013 23:12, V Stuart Foote a écrit :

I've added your issue to the Open Problems issue on the  Start Center Design
wiki <> 
.  Please comment as needed there.

Thanks Stuart!

I wanted to add comments but that *§?&# wiki is evil: when saving,
there's a question that appears at the top and I didn't realize that
immediately. Now I'm stuck for a while as the system blocks new saving
attemps as potential spam :(
On a UI pov, this thing is badly designed, imo: the poster clicks on
"Save" at the bottom of the page, the question appears at the top and is
not made especially visible. It's very easy to overlook it and insist at
saving as I did too many times (how many will trigger the blocking is
untold). 2nd: the blocking duration is not shown and the user wonders
how long s-he'll have to wait until s-he can re-post.

I wanted to add that to the 2nd column:
8< ---------------------------------------
Pros: (1) the average user can associate a module name (which s-he knows
well; eg: Calc) and a document type (which s-he knows less often; eg:
Spreadsheet); (2) the labels are consistent with the OS start menu
LibreOffice entries.
Cons: longer text.
--------------------------------------- >8

Thanks again,
Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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