A new Advanced Classification dialog was recently added:
Sounds like something needing a bit of explanation.
CC'ing Tomaz: do you have any clues for us to start with, like a blog post, about the functionality of this dialog?
will provide some information. Hope the next week.
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #1)
> will provide some information. Hope the next week.
:) :) :) :)
You still have some time... :)
(In reply to Tomaz Vajngerl from comment #3)
> You still have some time... :)
My most often used joke is "after the next week"...
Q:"when will you be ready?" A: ..
Me, complaining about being busy. But ..
People with a bit mathematical thinking easily understand the joke; in 'normal' Dutch however, "after the next week" is in two weeks :)
... not for me ;)
Current Help is this one
I've already drafted improvements and new info.
1 - make (part of the) Help for classification global - it is available in Writer, Calc and Impress
2 - distinct between the possibilities in Writer, Calc and Impress
3 - some bugs and minor enhancement
For reference there is documentation on extending, creating and translating Classification policy files:
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #5)
> Current Help is this one
> I've already drafted improvements and new info.
> 1 - make (part of the) Help for classification global - it is available in
> Writer, Calc and Impress
> 2 - distinct between the possibilities in Writer, Calc and Impress
> 3 - some bugs and minor enhancement
> For reference there is documentation on extending, creating and translating
> Classification policy files:
Yes. The common contents can (optionally) stay in a separate file (wrapped in a <section>) and later <embed>'ed in the specific (Calc/Impress/Writer) classification help files.
If the contents is a user guide with instructions and steps to follow, then it should go to the /guide/ section of each module. If the contents gives details (references) of the classification commands and terminology, then think on placing it in folder /01/ of each module.
so we may have 1 common, 3 references + 3 guides...
Another approach, much less trivial is to use <switch select="appl"...> and have one file with all module switched, although I think it will be dense to maintain contents.