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Meeting Minutes

OpenOffice.org

Weekly Meeting common User Interface (CUI)

Date

August 1st 2002

Time

10:00h, MEST

Location

Cupertino, eham-02

Attendees

+ Hans-Peter Burow (PB)
+ Christian Jansen (CJ)
+ Christian Lippka (CL)
+ Matthias Müller-Prove (MMP)
+ Daniel Rentz (DR)
+ Frank Schönheit (FS)
+ Oliver Specht (OS)
- Gunnar Timm (GT)

Minute Taker

PB (next: CL, OS, DR, FS, GT, PB)

Distribution List

http://ui.openoffice.org/protocols

Table of Contents

  1. Action Items

  2. Roundtable

1 Action Items

Item

Responsible

Status

previous items

coordinate with GSL team for support of PNG images in toolboxes

CJ/MMP

done

collect information about behavior when scrolling over non-focused windows

CJ

done

resource-level support of HC images/bitmaps, discuss implementation with Philipp Lohmann (PL)

CL

open

technical evaluation: toggle buttons in toolbar (for Macro Recording)

GT/FS

open

new items

Write a bug for imagebuttons (see 2.3)

DR

new


2 Roundtable

2.1 Color-Selection-Dialog

We had a little discussion about the idea to plugin the system-color-selection-dialog instead of using our own dialog, because our dialog is too confusing. But we think the system dialogs are not better. The product management will have an eye on it.



2.2 Options

It is planned in the further future to split the options into two parts. An application part and a document part. At the moment the mix of these parts confuses the users.



2.3 High Contrast

Daniel had found a bug with imagebuttons in white high contrast mode. Some colors of the images of the imagebuttons will inverted automatically. This is not correct, but only for buttons in toolbars.

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