First of all, I am not sure if I am sending this e-mail to the correct
place. Please, excuse me if this is the case. I am not asking for support
but rather giving an idea for the LibreOffice project.
LibreOffice Impress is great. The only drawback I can find is the lack of
templates. Under the "Master pages" tab and in the templates-center are
some some great templates but the quantity is far from enough. This makes
people make their own templates almost all the time. What I am sure of is
they all wanted to save those 20 minutes. We NEED a richer
templates-center. This is what my idea is all about.
Imagine if everyone who ever created a template in Impress submitted it to
the templates-center. I am sure the "lack of templates" problem would have
been gone. But people don't submit their templates to the templates-center.
Some of them don't even know it exists!
Now imagine if these people who had to create their own template were given
an easy way during template creation (for example in the templates manager)
to have their template submitted to the templates-center. I am not saying
all of them will contribute. But I am sure that most of these people are
aware of the lack of templates and will be happy to be part of the solution
to the problem.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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