[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 108925] Too small bullet size confuses the user

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Tue Jul 11 00:17:51 UTC 2017


--- Comment #11 from Tamás Zolnai <zolnaitamas2000 at gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #10)
> While the input now has 5% steps from 25% to 250% (which is cut on the upper
> and lower edges, btw) it's not possible to enter precise values like 22%. Or
> rather these values are not stored. That might affect only a few users but
> is bad usability as the user input is not respected. Can you change this,
> Tamás?

As I see it's allowed to enter precise values like 26%, 27% and so on. The 22%
value is not allowed because it's smaller than the minimum value (25%). It's
not about the steps, but about the minimum value. I'm not sure what's your
problem with this. That was the aim of the code change to not allow setting
small values.
This is how restriction works, not allowed values are ignored. You can see the
same behavior if you type for example a character into this field. When the
number field loses the focus it checks whether the typed value is valid and if
not it changes back to the previous value or to the minimum value (if the input
is a small number).

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