[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 121377] Autocorrect strikeout writing convention potential for unintended changes

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Tue Nov 13 22:11:16 UTC 2018


--- Comment #10 from V Stuart Foote <vstuart.foote at utsa.edu> ---
(In reply to Telesto from comment #9)
> Alternative proposal (in case of WFM for the default question and/or the
> more granular settings): make it easier to disable this feature (at the
> minimum for autocorrection while typing). It's rather deeply buried in the
> Tools / Autocorrect / AutoCorrect Options/ Options dialog. So rather hard to
> access...
> A bit similar to Number recognition for tables

No! The AutoCorrect options dialog is simple as can be. The entry "Automatic
*bold*, /italic/, -strikeout- and _underline_" labeling is a simple
translation. And GUI makes behavior to apply while [M] -- modify, or [T] --
typing is obvious. Moving the control elsewhere, or into Expert Configuration
would make less sense than adjusting the default state(s) to disabled.

And though I beleive we would benefit from more ambitious refactoring to
provide granularity and user selection of using Character STYLE or DIRECT
FORMATTING (as currently applied). Absent that effort, the existing control is
suitable to task.

Again IMHO => WF

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