Il 03/01/2011 10:46, Michael Wheatland ha scritto:
On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 6:33 PM, yahoo-pier_andreit
Il 01/01/2011 20:29, Wolf Halton ha scritto:
That looks like a good message. A direct "save this as a .doc now" button
inside the dialog might be helpful for users as well.
Yes it is a good message but I still prefere to put the doc docx end
everything not related to standard odf in an Export menu voice, even
with messages like that.
Keeping in mind that your average joe end user is looking to 'save'
his file, not 'export' it.
Moving doc and docx file save to the export menu results in another
thing to teach the end user rather than it being intuitive.
Yes I know, but I think it is easy to learn for squared average joe end
I support a warning message for any and all exports, but we should
keep it as simple as possible for end users.
Yes, I think so, an example is GIMP, the image modifier software, when
you want to save in jpeg format it asks you to export
It is also important that LibreOffice does not recognise an
export/save to doc/docx as a 'save' but rather an export so the
program will prompt the user to save in ODF when closed.
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