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Here are the results of the toolbar survey regarding the clipboard and
paragraph background color.

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Subject:        Results about LO toolbar configuration
Date:   Wed, 29 Oct 2014 09:03:20 +0000
From:   Heiko Tietze <>
Organization:   User Prompt GmbH

Hi all,

here come the results from the short survey for discussion this
afternoon (6pm UTC). Jay, cloud you please forward the email. I don't
have all the addresses right now.

*What is your preferred method for clipboard operations (copy, cut, paste)?
*Main menu (edit > cut/copy/paste)     3     1%
Context menu (right click)     32     14%
Toolbar buttons     19     8%
Shortcuts (ctrl + X/C/V, or ctrl/shift+insert resp.)     182     77%

*Do you agree with hiding of clipboard functions from the toolbar?
*Yes     117     49%
Yes, but keep paste visible     39     16%
No     81     34%

*What is your preferred method to change the text highlight color and
paragraph background color?
*Toolbar buttons     185     78%
Properties dialog via context menu (right click > character/paragraph)
    16     7%
Properties dialog via main menu (format > character/paragraph)     6     3%
I change the character or paragraph style     16     7%
I don't use these features     14     6%

*Do you agree with hiding the paragraph background color button in the
*Yes     81     34%
No     138     58%
I don't know what you are talking about     18     8%

Dipl.-Psych. Dr. Heiko Tietze
Research & Project Management
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