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Hi Michael, *,

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 3:18 PM, Michael Meeks <> wrote:

        We discussed the lack of this in the ESC call; it would appear to be
easier to get a feedback webpage sorted out:

        case SID_SEND_FEEDBACK:
            ::rtl::OUString module = SfxHelp::GetCurrentModuleIdentifier();
            ::rtl::OUString sURL(""; + 
utl::ConfigManager::getAboutBoxProductVersion() +
                "&LOlocale=" + utl::ConfigManager::getLocale() + "&LOmodule=" + 
module.copy(module.lastIndexOf(".") + 1 )  );

        Clearly this currently re-directs to the bug filing assistant; but of
course this is not strictly the only meaning of feedback.

Yep - but that page did exist back then :-)

And that shows how important it is that the hub link is used, and not
some fixed-URL - as the redirection can be changed easily.

        At least, changing the translation for 100 languages for 'Feedback' to
file-bug seems like rather a chunk of work here - and it'd be nicer to
have that ;-) so the ESC punted this to the website team - hope that's

Surely it is - so when you (nl-teams/website editors) have created
such a page, let me know so I can change the redirection accordingly.

It is up to nl-teams whether they want completely different pages, or
a special page like the download or donate page. - In any case, the
page needs to exist before it can be pointed to :-)


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