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Hello all,

the next design/UX meeting is on Wednesday, Dec/08,
20:00 Berlin/CET/GMT+1 resp. 7pm UTC.

Here is the agenda:

 * When selecting text, automatically select entire word
   + change word selection mode?

 * Group similar autofilter submenu items to save the vertical space
   + how to group?

 * Flip Impress templates when locale setting is set to RTL language
   + mirroring the content is likely to fail, rather ship RTL templates (Heiko)
   + make templates direction-sensitve or pick LTR/RTL variant (Eyal)

 * Description box on Macro Selector should have fixed height
   + fix dialog size or fix size of description?

 * Change Tab color dialog for sheet color selection to some
   sub menu color palette
   + change current default behavior and use some special selection?

 * Clicking into a cell of table will select the full table instead of
   entering the corresponding cell
   + keep current (consistent) behavior?

 * Table Alignment options are somewhat confusing, illustration needed
   + worth the effort?

Full pad including backlog is here:

Hope to see you on Jitsi at


Dr. Heiko Tietze, UX-Designer and UX-Mentor
Tel: +49 30 5557992-63 | Mail:
The Document Foundation, Kurfürstendamm 188, 10707 Berlin, DE
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