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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Wrong order at https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Creating_and_Printing_Labels_and_Business_Cards


Hello Thomas

Please open a bug in Bugzilla with your description below.

Make the bug block bug#80430 ("Blocks: 80430")

Thank you

Olivier


Em 24/11/2016 14:30, Thomas Hackert escreveu:
> Hello @ll,
> due to a debate on our discuss@de.l.o list, I found the following:
> <quote>
> Designing Labels and Business Cards
>
> You can design both labels and business cards through the Labels
> dialog.
>
> 1. Choose File - New - Labels to open the Labels dialog.
> 2. On the Labels tab, under Format, define the label format.
> LibreOffice Writer contains many formats of commercially available
> sheets for labels, badges, and business cards. You can also add
> other, user-defined formats.
> 3. On the Labels tab, under Inscription, you can choose what you
> want written on the labels.
> This often involves database fields, so that the labels can be
> printed with varying content, when sending "Form Letters" for
> example. It is also possible to have the same text printed on every
> label.
> 4. Use the Database and Table list boxes to select the database and
> table from which the data fields are obtained. Click on the arrow
> button to transfer the selected data field into the inscription
> area. Press Enter to insert a line break. You can also enter spaces
> and any other fixed text.
> On the Format tab you can define your own label formats, not covered
> by the predefined formats. To do this, select "User" from the Type
> list box. On the Options tab, you can specify whether all labels or
> only certain ones are to be created.
> 4. On the Options tab page, make sure that the Synchronize contents
> box is selected. If this is selected, a label only has to be entered
> (on the top left label) and edited once.
> 5. As soon as you click on New Document, you will see a small
> window with the Synchronize Labels button. Enter the first label.
> When you click on the Synchronize Labels button, the current
> individual label is copied to all the other labels on the sheet.
> 6. Click on New Document to create a new document with the settings
> you have entered.
> </quote>
>
> on
> https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Creating_and_Printing_Labels_and_Business_Cards
>
> While trying to follow the steps, I (also confirmed by Gerhard in
> the discussion mentioned above), it seems the last two steps are in
> a wrong order.
>
> So, should this not be changed to
> <quote>
> (steps 1 to 4 as above)
> 5. Click on New Document to create a new document with the settings
> you have entered.
> 6. As soon as you click on New Document, you will see a small window
> with the Synchronize Labels button. Enter the first label. When you
> click on the Synchronize Labels button, the current individual label
> is copied to all the other labels on the sheet.
> </quote>
> ?
>
> I have tried to find these in Pootle (e.g.
> https://translations.documentfoundation.org/de/translate/#search=As%20soon%20as%20you%20click%20on%20New%20Document&sfields=source,target
> and found
> https://translations.documentfoundation.org/de/libo50_help/translate/shared/guide.po#unit=94047295
> where it appears without enumeration.
>
> Should I open a bug in Bugzilla for it (as a feature request or a
> bug)?
>
> Have a nice evening
> Thomas.
>

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