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Den 07.08.2020 20:23, skreiv Caolán McNamara:
On Fri, 2020-08-07 at 18:27 +0200, Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
In LibreOffice UI 7.0
and perhaps other places, the words "CF One", "CF Only One" etc. are

What does "CF" mean and where is it used and what for?
CF is "Crow's Foot"


it refers to various types of arrow ending you can find in insert,
shape, line, line, right click on that line, and in the "arrow styles"

Thank you a lot.

So the German translation is a word for word translation :-)

I searched the web before writing my question, but did not find this thread. Sorry.


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