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[libreoffice-projects] Re: Minutes from the UX/design meeting 2020-Jun-04


On 04.06.2020 15:49, Heiko Tietze wrote:
 * Undo/redo includes creating of paragraph/character style
   + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=133040
   + abandoning the undo feature for style _creation_ means also
     to not being able to undo unintentionally _deleted_ styles
     and _applying_ styles to the document is the main workflow
   + actual problem is the unexpected deletion (via undo), which we
     could prevent per confirmation box
   + annoying, however, and definitely in need for [ ] Don't show again
   => recommend to close as WFM

Please use the solutions correctly! WFM tells "the problem existed; but
it has changed at some unknown point, and now it works just as asked in
original post". It's the same as "FIXED", just the specific commit
fixing this is unknown. What you propose is WF (won't fix), which is
completely different by meaning. Confusing these sends completely
different (wrong!) message to users.

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Best regards,
Mike Kaganski

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