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Hi :)
Yes, i think something like that.  

OOo4Kids has 4 modules; Writer. Calc, Impress and Draw.  I guess that when you close, for example, 
a Writer document LO stays open but shows only the basic toolbar at the top, the borders and a sort 
of greyish space in the middle that has a splash-screen showing the various apps.  Does OOo4Kids' 
splash-screen show an icon for Base, Math and the rest?

Eduardo has one a bit more extreme and cut it down to just Writer and Impress.  When his people 
close down a document they get confused by the splash-screen offering them Base, Calc, Math and the 
rest.  He just wants that splash-screen to only show Writer and Impress.

I guess it is possible if OOo4Kids have done it but is it a huge amount of work?  

To make it more generically useful is it possible to have one that is configurable so sys-admins 
can set it up to only show certain apps/modules?

Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Fri, 10/2/12, Stefan Knorr (Astron) <> wrote:

From: Stefan Knorr (Astron) <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: Avoid destop window
Date: Friday, 10 February, 2012, 13:07

Hi Tom, Eduardo,

I did not really get all of this, but basically what you want is an
interface that adapts to the user's capabilities? So something a bit
like Ooo for Kids [1], but adapting to the needs of users of rival
suites? Basically, I am not sure this is a winning idea.

Anyway, here's something that might help Eduardo with his original request:



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