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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Renaming the "Tabbed" variant of the Notebookbar


On 09/05/2019 15:25, Heiko Tietze wrote:
> On social media, we refer to "Notebookbar" (and sometimes MUFFIN) but do not show this word in the UI. So a request was made [1] to rename the variants to "Tabbed Notebookbar" and "Tabbed Compact Notebookbar". However, Tabbed and Notebookbar sounds to me non-native speaker like tech-talk and I suggested "Verbose Catalogues" and "Compact Catalogues" (admittedly not really better). Another idea was to show MUFFIN with the separator.

IMO we should keep "Notebookbar" in the name (like "Tabbed
Notebookbar"), because:

* We've already talked about it a lot in our marketing materials

* "bar" is more familiar than "catalogue" in terms of UIs -- sidebar,
toolbar etc.

My 2 eurocents!


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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Renaming the "Tabbed" variant of the NotebookbarItalo Vignoli <italo@italovignoli.com>
[libreoffice-marketing] Renaming the "Tabbed" variant of the NotebookbarHeiko Tietze <tietze.heiko@gmail.com>
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