On 06/07/2015 11:22 PM, Sophie wrote:
The promise, at the time, was to re-start the survey to obtain more
accurate statistics (I cannot remember the discussion word by word as
too much time and too many things have gone by). I suppose that some
objections coming from Sophie reflect those objections from the community.
Yes, I'm on my way to ask the FR community to react on that, mostly
those in real contact with users, doing migrations and training. Not
because we want to rely only on users feedback but also on the
robustness of our document roundtrip and exchanges, and for that, we
know that styles are the common sense to treat them.
Look forward to the feedback.
Unfortunately, the survey was never re-started because of the Oracle
acquisition and the subsequent turmoil inside StarDivision and inside
That would be a great thing to do a survey now that people are more
aware of the necessity to communicate in different environments.
Jay, I'll answer your details tomorrow, but about direct formatting,
that was one of the most controversial thing to add it to the sidebar so
prominently. Most of the training material available remove the
formating toolbar to make people aware of styles...
Dont see why it would be controversial when all other office suites that
utilize sidebars (iWork, Calligra) have direct formatting in the
sidebar. The sad thing is that paragraph and character styles dropdown
lists arent present in the sidebar's properties tab.
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