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Le 2010-10-18 05:04, jonathon a écrit :
On 10/15/2010 07:35 PM, Marc Paré wrote:

We may decide to have different targeted versions of LibO for education;
business; academic; SOHO; corporate etc. with added value plugins.

Rather than creating umpteen different versions of LibO, how about
umpteen different collections of extensions?  Include the most popular,
or theoretically most useful half a dozen or so collections in the
installation package, allowing the user which package(s) they want to

Yes, this is what I suggested. You are just using a different way of explaining it.

I would also suggest not to drown the new user with too many new extensions (especially with them 
showing up in the menu bars)



On a semi-related note, my suggestion is for extensions to be off one
menu, and not create their own top menu item.  (IOW, all extensions are
found under "Extensions", rather than have a top line menu item, like
".riess", "toools", "Scale Assistent", etc.)

I like this idea. We have to be careful of crowding up the toolbar though. But I think most users, even those who would have migrated from MSOffcie, would be able to work with this. Nice idea.

I'd also suggest that toolbars be mergable into existing toolbars,
rather than create their own new toolbar.

Doesn't it do this already?



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