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Hello all,

the next design/UX meeting is on Thursday, Dec/01,
14:00 CET/GMT+1 resp. 1pm UTC/13:00.

Here is the agenda:

 * Impress: Table design icon without function
   + toggle sidebar to give a clue about the function, and/or introduce
     an extra deck for table design, or provide table style management
     functions on this menu, or remove the command/button

 * Can't change table row height without selecting the row
   + no option to enter a precise value at all, but is it needed?
   + would expect to get it via spacing before/after and minimum height
     but this doesn't work at all; and spacing between only adds on top

 * Consider removing Attribute Blinking in Find and Replace dialog
   + remove and show an infobar for legacy documents offering to remove?

 * CHAPTER NUMBERING DIALOG: Add additional option in numbering sublevels
   + "apply numbers of this level to shown sublevels" (Mike)

 * Tools>Options>LibreOffice Writer>Table dialog, "Variable" setting
   does not work when resizing cells with keyboard shortcut
   + change labels, eg. "Behavior of row/columns _on resizing_" and/or
     move it out of the options dialog

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
Gemeinnützige rechtsfähige Stiftung des bürgerlichen Rechts
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