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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Question of Terminology?


My 2c is that Panel is more commonly used and understood by the average person.

"Decks" may well be more familiar to those within the UX profession.

luke

On 28/5/19 2:00 am, Dave Barton wrote:
Hi Folks,

I am working to finish my (very slow) review of Jean's revision of
CG6204. In the process it occurred to me that in this and other guides
we have mostly used the term "Panel" to reference parts of the sidebar,
whereas the UX/Design folks and some support channels commonly refer to
sidebar "Decks".

While this is definitely not a critical issue, I feel that we should as
far as possible maintain consistency in the terminology we use to
identify the components of the software's UI.

Any thoughts, or should we discuss at the next meeting?

Dave




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