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Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice UI should be tweaked, not reinvented


Quoting T. J. Brumfield:

As someone who uses both MS Office and OOo on a daily basis, I find the OOo
FAR MORE USABLE for an advanced user. Every day there are tasks I want to
accomplish in MS Office, but I can't find the appropriate option in the
Ribbon interface. It drives me nuts.

It drives me nuts, too. I've been adding stuff to the Quick Access Toolbar
but that's getting rather crowded.

Also, I moved from a Spanish language version of 2003 to an English
version of 2010 and I still keep on hitting CTRL-G for "Guardar" instead of
CTRL-S for "Save".

I have a language mix here -- Spanish and English versions of Win 7, with
both types of machines running Spanish and English language software. I'm
therefore particularly sensitive to programmers relying on operating system
texts: an English language program will ask me to click on "OK" while the
button on the screen says "Aceptar". Sloppy work, IMHO. I'm now downloading
the LO beta and I'll be looking out for this! :)

P.


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