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Present: Heiko

 * Comment Shortcut "Ctrl + Alt + C" not functional for some locales
   + keep current suboptimal configuration
   => comment with WF

 * Document comparison option not to take into account style changes
   + Edit > Track Changes > Compare Document...
   + reasonable but a can of worms
   => "[x] Include formattings in comparison" at the file open dialog 
     similar to Open / Save As dialogs

 * Have Copy on top of the context menu instead Cut
   + the sequence of Cut, Copy, Paste is quasi-standard
   + Microsoft: 
     + Primary (most frequently used) commands 
     + Open  Run  Play  Print  
       + Secondary commands supported by the object  
     + Transfer commands 
     + Cut  Copy  Paste  
       + Object settings  
     + Object commands 
     + Delete  Rename    Properties  
   + Apple
     + In general, place the most frequently used items at the top of a menu.
   + Gnome lays low on the sequence
   => keep the sequence but always have the context depending most frequently used function(s) on 

 * Calc: sort values in the list of automatic filters
   + insufficientdata and wfm
   => WFM

 * Personas not found again
   + importance high/major!
   + Options: 
     + remove this feature completely
     + don't access images via network but ship a few and make the feature an extension
     + revamp the code to adopt the new API
     + ?
   => preference to simplification and extension (Heiko)

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