Thank you for your extensive explanation. Your comments on the "Getting Started Guide" are very
helpful. Our team has never completed the help localization, even in earlier years (OOO) when we
had a much bigger team. I doubt that we will ever catch up. 437219 words are a lot of words!
I have had another look at the Documentation page of the Wiki and the ODFAuthors page. It is not
clear to me whether these relate only to the English documentation, or whether they include the
localization of those documents. Localization seems to be not covered.
You know those items in the help that look like this?
<bookmark_value>formatting styles; styles and templates</bookmark_value>
<bookmark_value>styles; styles and templates</bookmark_value>
<bookmark_value>organizing; templates (guide)</bookmark_value>
<bookmark_value>templates; organizing (guide)</bookmark_value>
I guess that they are used to construct the help index. Is there any documentation on this? We seem
to have to guess how the users might enter index terms. If, instead, we could have a full word
search, like Google does, we would not need these bookmark_value elements, and that would save us a
heap of time!
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