I was browsing the new features page: which is something we want to be
directing lots of interested journalists and others to over the next
days and weeks; and I was wondering if it could be improved.
I must confess I prefer the latter :-(
eg. I love the work the l10n team does; it is a vital part of what we
do - but it is also something that people take for granted as in "it
should just work in my language" - ie. they get upset only if it is not
Would it be possible to move that to the bottom ?
Then, there are some quite sexy new things we have that (IMHO) would
benefit from a screenshot; eg.
* Caolan's new title-page dialog in writer (Format->Title Page)
* And some of our import filters:
+ SVG, Works, Wordperfect, Lotus Word Pro
+ better EMF rendering
+ perhaps pictures of bundled extensions (?)
Of course, I'd love to have the relevant files linked as well, so
people can try that out quickly ( cf. the obsolete
http://go-oo.org/discover ); IMHO that adds a lot.
David / Christophe - any objections to this sort of change ? - we can
make screenshots small enough that there are few-to-no associated l10n
issues, and even (in my view) plain, flat rectangles, without beautiful
green drop-shadows (or whatever) would be rather good here (?)
I'm happy to work on collecting the shots / files together.
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