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[libreoffice-projects] Minutes from the UX/design meeting 2018-Oct-17


Present: Cor, Muhammet, Heiko, (Thomas)


* Backspace as the primary key for removing bullet points and tab indent (Writer)
+ https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=120399
+ WFM, see c2,c3
+ it's required to press backspace twice to remove a list item
+ but we provide (ctrl+)shift+F12 which does the trick
+ support the request (Cor, c4)
+ would make shift+F12 obsolete and end up in some kind of regression as certain
use cases from today are not supported anymore, ie. delete the bullet point
but keep the indentation for some subline text (Heiko, Muhammet)
=> will make some screenshots/exmaples and description of current / proposed behavior (Cor)

* Introduce UNO command to edit concordance file
+ https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=120404
+ Pro because of avoiding min. 4 steps to go and freedom/flexibility for users
to use this in other UI places as the ToC dialog is the only place to do now (Thomas)
+ there is no context where the concordance file is being edited (beyond the global goal) and
editing is not the primary workflow (Heiko)
+ we better change the workflow completely in such way that "index entry" is always gloing into a
"default" concordance file - and that is access with the current dialog
+ WFM, the function to edit the file is available in a dialog (Heiko, Cor, Muhammet)
=> resolve as WF as long no clear workflow is there like "I open the file 5 times the day to do..."

* FORMATTING: Ctrl+M does not clear language settings done as direct formatting
+ https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79455
+ changed my mind and support the request (Heiko)
+ language is a special styles property as it doesnt affect the appearance of the text (Cor)
+ Add a reset command in the statusbar's language chooser instead, explanation see c38 (Thomas)
+ the statusbar offers "reset to default language" as tools > options > language > selection > reset
=> keep current behavior because a) it's not a visual property, b) we have options to reset to default, and
c) restetting the langauge returns English as long users dont modify the default style (tdf#35186)

* Insert hyperlink dialog wont use text in highlighted cell as hyperlink text (Calc)
+ https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=80043
+ Pro having the text prefilled: c0, c7, c9, c10
+ Con: c4
+ Corner case: c8 (solution could be c10)
+ Pro change, see c10, c14. Current behavior has no benefit for users. (Thomas)
=> request is uspported by the design team

* CONFIGURATION: paragraph style sheets in in wrong language when using wizard
+ https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=65259
+ take style properties from Default used in the local installation (Heiko, Thomas)
+ Remove this wizard from non-US installations until regressions are fixed?
+ (seems to be a dupe of bug 75218) (Thomas)
=> resolved as dup

* Persona categories are not actual categories (Options)
+ https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=120475
+ drop categories and provide search only (Heiko)
+ keep categories to offer some ideas where to start (Muhammet, Thomas, Cor)
=> go with a dropdown that lists all categories from Mozilla



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