Writer/Calc/Impress/Draw use in Find dialog to case sensitive search "Match case" checkbox. Automatic Redaction use "Case Sensitive" checkbox.
To whole words search use Find dialog "Whole words only" and Automatic Redaction use "Whole Words Only"
In Find dialog is checkbox Regular expressions, but when use regexp, I use only one pattern, not many. Change this term to "Regular expression", like as in Automatic Redaction dialog.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. to open Find dialog:
2. run Writer and go to Edit > Find & Replace
1. to open Auto-Redaction
2. run Writer and go to Tools > Auto-Redact
Terms are differents.
Unify these terms to single term and character case.
User Profile Reset: No
So many suggestions in one reprort, please in future file one report for one suggestion. But thank you anyway
I agree with suggestion about AutoRedaction dialog, but disagree with suggestion about Find&Replace dialog
I’m inclined to use “Match case” throughout because that’s the older term, but either is fine to me
We discussed the topic in the design meeting.
a) Use "Match case" instead of "Case Sensitive"
b) Use title style capitalization in AutoRedaction dialog
c) Use "Regular expression" in singular
Terminology is easyhacking, happy to supply code pointers.
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #3)
> We discussed the topic in the design meeting.
> a) Use "Match case" instead of "Case Sensitive"
> b) Use title style capitalization in AutoRedaction dialog
> c) Use "Regular expression" in singular
> Terminology is easyhacking, happy to supply code pointers.
Open the ui file (sfx2/uiconfig/ui/autoredactdialog.ui) with Glade, and edit the related strings.
Ayhan Yalçınsoy committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#131369: Use 'Match case' instead of 'Case Sensitive'
It will be available in 7.1.0.
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