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On 24/03/2016 09:29, Heiko Tietze wrote:

Can you redo the charts in colour, rather than B&W.
Sure. But why? 

Improve3s readability/ease of understanding.

And what color?

Each one a different colour.

comprehensive, and more complete set of citations.
I'm afraid of making the post lengthy, more than it is. It also might be hard 
to find good citations. Most replies are just one-worders.

Use numbered end notes.   That way people who glaze over notes know that
they can stop reading, without losing any content, whilst those who want
more information, can have pointers to it.

By more comprehensive, I mean things like stating that the House Plan is
part of a 3D model, created using LibO. If possible, point to a tutorial
that describes how to use Draw to create house plans.

"mathematical Constructions" was something I didn't expect to see. I'm
assuming this refers to creating a math formula, that is beyond the
current capability/functionality of the Math component of LibO.
Clarification that that is what is meant would be useful.

I don't remember the other points that I would have expected a citation
for, if only because they were things that I didn't expect Draw to be
able to accomplish what was described.

This floor plan is one of the most complex vector drawing I found.

I'd say it is complicated, and a very interesting use-case.
Assuming he hasn't yet written one in Spanish, can he be convinced to
write a tutorial on how others can use Draw to create house plans.

Thanks for the reminder. Documentation is requested in the outlook

Missed that one.  :(

Do you have a list of all of the different use cases that were provided
in the survey?  If so, can you add them at to the missing documentation
page at

If you don't, then, assuming that
is still live, I can grab the data, and create the use cases to add to
that list.


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