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(Forgot to send out the minutes last week, sorry)

Present: Tomaz, Jay, Heiko


* Newly introduced telegram channels
  + LibreOffice Design EN (English only)
  + LibreOffice Design DE (German only)


 * Auto compression of images
   + Proposed solution is a dropdown to reduce DPI / compress image on insert
     + Requires some settings under Tools > Load/Save
   + Having options for each and every function is suboptimal
   + Alternatively select all (ctrl+A) and compress (all) images could be useful
   + Close 77407 as DUP of 34133
   + When
     + a) on insert, b) manually
     + have a checkbox in the insert image dialog to disable the autocompression
     + insert with a fix dpi as defined in tools > options
     + select all and use the known dialog should work too
   + Where
     + tools > options
   + What
     + apply compression to only jpg?
     + no, every image above the defined dpi level
   + What option needs to be provided
     + auto compression on/off
     + dpi with steps from 50 to 600
     + bmp and tiff should be converted & compressed as png or jpg
based on their size (jay)
   + Default values
     + on by default
     + 300 dpi
       + jpg compression defaults - gimp 90%, pinta 85%, krita 80%, LO
compression dialog 90%
       + png compression defaults - gimp 9, krita 9, LO compression dialog 9
   + Competitors:
     + Word:
        + in options dialog -

 * Default set of table styles
   + Start the survey

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