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Hi all,
On 14/01/2011 17:16, Michael Meeks wrote:
Hi there,

        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 :-(

This list was only a support for work between doc/l10n/QA/marketing projects, I think it's here by mistake.

        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
there ;-)

        Would it be possible to move that to the bottom ?

In my opinion, l10n part could be removed and we could let only what is bug fixes or enhancements.

        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 (?)

We are conducting a poll on the FR list on the top 5 LibO new functions by our testers, so if it can help here is what we will highlight on the site (no special order):

- Titles tree in the Navigator (it gets a big support :-)
- Dotted borders in Writer/Calc
- Autofilter enhancements
- Colored icons (big support too!)
- Presenter screen
- modification and re-export of svg files
- the + tab to add a sheet in Calc
- the Form entry in Calc menu
- Title page in Writer menu
- New shortcuts for delete cell content in Calc (vs legacy OOo ones)

Kind regards

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