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Ok, got it. But Quick is really not necessary, isn't "LibreOffice Help" or
just "Help" (where Help gets localized) enough?
Branding something with a very special name that should be a part of every
serious office suite is strange.
Next we will rebrand "dialogs" with "NiceDialogs" and "context menus" with

Lp, m.

2013/11/14 Robinson Tryon <>

On Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 4:28 PM, Martin Srebotnjak <>
Today wiki or embedded help are both quick (unless one uses a phone line
and a modem for Internet access) and contain same information, so naming
one Quick would really not help differentiating them, I guess.

Hi Martin,

I think Tom's suggestion was that we use the term "QuickHelp"
(localized) to refer to the content, and use terms like
"internal"/"external" to refer to their location vis-a-vis the user's

If I access the QuickHelp locally on my (en-US) system, it would be
branded/referred to as "Internal QuickHelp". If I access it online, it
would be "External QuickHelp".

If Sophie access the QuickHelp locally on her FR system, it could be
branded/referred to as "AideRapide Interne", and online as AideRapide


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