[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 101154] Change problematic "intellectual property" term

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Thu Jul 28 11:22:09 UTC 2016


--- Comment #3 from Alex Thurgood <iplaw67 at yahoo.co.uk> ---
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #2)


When I first encountered this toolbar, it was in relation to a bug reported
against the background colour not being graduated in the same way as the other
toolbars for OSX. I literally had no idea of what this was, or what it was
supposed to achieve.

At present, I fail to understand what useful purpose it might have, especially
seeing as the tag definitions do not appear to be editable nor their content
modifiable, or capable of being localised (I hope I am wrong with this last
one, else what a mess the toolbar will be for non US-English users). I assume
that there is a spec somewhere that defines the rationale behind it ? Apologies
to all for digressing from the bug report, but I'm trying to understand how
this came into being and what use-case it serves.

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