1. Tools - Customize - Menus - (target) Styles
2. In "Search" field, type: style
3. Here is a list showing some commands and menu items.
(command) - (menu)
Update Update Selected Style
Edit Edit Style
New New Style from Selection
Styles Manage Styles
Outline Outline List
Removing a menu item and then adding the command item will give the correct menu item (e.g., remove "Update Selected Style", then add "Update" -- it will appear as "Update Selected Style")
Question: Shouldn't the command name be the same as the "menu" name?
(it is confusing at first encounter)
(Also tested with 18.104.22.168.alpha)
Continuing in "naive user" mode...
1. If the "toolbar" tab is used instead of "menu" tab -- then commands listed before appear in the toolbar menu with the same command names.
2. Tables Styles (command) becomes "Autoformat Styles" in the menu, but "Table Styles" in the toolbar.
No opinion about possible action -- but it is/was confusing to understand what was going on.
I confirm it with
Version: 22.214.171.124.alpha0+ (x64)
Build ID: eeb2d19e77d6dc47c68e8ba0920a02cf64a1247b
CPU threads: 4; OS: Windows 10.0 Build 18363; UI render: default; VCL: win;
Locale: de-DE (de_DE); UI-Language: en-GB
Maxim & Jay spent a lot of effort hashing out this behavior--see also bug 108458, and there may be more labeling rules to refine.
Otherwise I don't have too much grief over the customization dialog, and if we could expose the commands/descriptions to the commands already present on the menus (bug 112237) that should suffice.
But still think we will need restoration of the more complete descriptions provided by the <ahelp> (bug 118148)--but available to both sides of the dialog.
There are places where short names are needed, eg on toolbars or when context is provided via submenu, and sometimes verbosity is better. For more details see https://design.blog.documentfoundation.org/2018/02/28/easyhacking-all-about-terminology/
The "naive user mode" has benjamin in mind but customization is Eve's business. So we can expect users to read the manual,. My take: WFM.
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #4)
> The "naive user mode" has benjamin in mind but customization is Eve's
> business. So we can expect users to read the manual,. My take: WFM.
But we shouldn't force users too much, to read the manual. BTW: Have you checked, that this is part of the manual? I would expect consistency at least within a dialog.
I've seen the weird effect of adding a command. Smells like a bug. Muhammet might have an answer.