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Hi Cristi,

LibreLogo is built-in. Check View - Toolbars - Logo in Writer.

The description of "magic wand" icon from Help:
Program editor/Syntax highlighting/Translating

The “magic wand” icon sets 2-page layout for program editing, expands and
converts to uppercase the abbreviated, lowercase Logo commands in the
Writer document. Change the language of the document (Tools - Options
- Language
Settings - Languages - Western) and click on this icon to translate the
Logo program to the selected language.
Best regards,

On Sat, Feb 25, 2023 at 2:03 PM Cristian Secară <> wrote:

I have this string (shown here with context from gettext file [1]):

#. CXFcL
#: Addons.xcu
msgctxt ""
msgid "Set editing layout, format program or translate it into the
language of the document"

Question: what means "format program" in this context ? i.e. how can a
program be formatted ? Or, how can a program be translated "into the
language of the document" ? At first glance it makes no sense to me.

Where can I see this string in action ? It seems (?) to be related to
something called LibreLogo or something like that, however, I looked
superficially at an extension with that name [2] and I didn't found such
string as is (in English).



Cristian Secară

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