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Yes, you are right rob but I don't think that it will be appropriate to
make screenshots in older versions. When does the Dev word removed from the
libreoffice build? In the beta release or in the RC release? If it is
removed in the beta release then I think that we can wait but if it is
removed in RC release then we will have to make screenshots in older
Pulkit Krishna

On Sun, May 10, 2020 at 5:29 PM Rob Westein <> wrote:

The "problem" using the Dev version is that you will see at top of the
screen "LibreOfficeDev Base"... instead "LibreOffice Base"

My experience some users may be confused seeing other things what they see
on their screen...


On 10-05-2020 13:24, Pulkit Krishna wrote:

Helo Rob,
I suggest that you should make screenshot with LibreOffice 7.0 on Windows.
You should use Colibre Icon set which is the default on Windows. Base
hasn't changed much but it maybe that something has changed and it was not
reported. For example, when the mail merge dialog was changed in v6.2, it
was not reported. So, If we make screenshot from v7 then it would help us
know if something has changed. I have recently brought a new laptop which
has got windows, so I can help you if you want after I am done with the
v6.4 book. I am writing a odt documents about my plans(which includes
replacing screenshots) about v7.0 book. I will upload it to the nextcloud
when I amm finished with it.
Pulkit Krishna

On Sun, May 10, 2020 at 1:26 PM Robert Großkopf <> wrote:

Hi Rob,

I made all the screenshots for the German original and had a look at
your screenshots. Only one hint: be careful with zooming forms.

BG01_3_TheLoanForm.png shows a navigationbar. The Icons on the
navigationbar won't zoom with the zoom of the form, so they aren't shown



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