[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 120658] Reworking of dialogues Organize macros (make from 5 existing only one)

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Regina Henschel <rb.henschel at t-online.de> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Regina Henschel <rb.henschel at t-online.de> ---
I appreciate a rework of those dialogs. But you need to be very careful that
nothing is lost.

Currently LibreOffice has:

.uno:RunMacro (title "Macro Selector") shows _all_ available macros, regardless
of the language, and has a field to show a description of the macro.

.uno:MacroDialog (currently bound to Alt+F11) is only for Basic. It belongs to
the same group as the corresponding dialogs for JavaScript, BeanShell and
Python. These dialogs keep the selected module open, so that you can quickly
get the same macro again. These dialogs filter the macros per language. The
dialogs for BeanShell, JavaScript and Python have the same arrangement of their
components. The dialog for Basic had the same structure too, but was changed

.uno:ScriptOrganizer distributes to the before mentioned dialogs.

.uno:MacroOrganizer is only for Basic. It has no "Run", but it allows, to
copy/move modules per drag&drop between libraries. That is very useful, if you
will put some macros into a document.

To consider beyond what your image shows: How to handle other languages?
Drag&Drop of modules. Descriptions of macros. Easy repeated access to the same
macro. Does it affects the API?

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