To keep from expanding an already over used thread I started a new one
for this. Consider it as different view of a dead topic if you wish but
it is written to help others understand ways to help and provide
something beneficial to the community.
Some weeks back I had an idea that I though might benefit Libo, a change
in the way Calc sheets were copied and renamed. I sent a email to
Michael with an idea. He replied and suggested that I add the idea to
the Easy Hacks wiki, http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Easy_Hacks ,
which I did. Much to my surprise it was not to long I saw that one of
the developers had picked it up and was working on the idea. The
suggestion has now been added to the mail branch and should show up in
the 3.4 version of Libo. The item has been moved to the "Completed"
Easy Hacks section,
. To see how it will look see
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5215855/c-m-process.pdf , this is screen shots
showing current and future looks.
I wanted to try this myself but not being a programmer and not knowing
where to even start I when to those that know how and when to make the
change/addition. I would suggest to others, like myself, do the same.
The saying "Help me to change the things I can, accept the things I
can't and the wisdom to know the difference" sure comes to mind sometimes.
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