In the (Dutch) list of commands there's only one command mentioning "opmaakprofiel" (paragraph style), that is "tabelopmaakprofiel" (table style).
I wanted to assign F11 to show the list of styles (opmaakprofielen) but this was not possible.
I am using Versie: 18.104.22.168
Build ID: 1:6.4.3-0ubuntu0.20.04.1
CPU-threads: 4; Besturingssysteem: Linux 5.4; UI-render: standaard; VCL: kf5;
Locale: nl-BE (nl_BE.UTF-8); UI-taal: nl-NL
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Go to menu "extra" > "aanpassen" (Dutch!)
2.There's NO "opmaakprofielen" in the list of available commands to assign
LO didn't crash, I just wasn't able to assign a shortcut key to the paragraph styles ("opmaakprofielen" in Dutch). I _could_ see it by using the mouse and clicking the appropriate menu.
Having a list of ALL available commands so that I can assign shortcut keys to it.
User Profile Reset: No
Probably has to do with errors in translation.
Cor: thought you might be interested in this one since it's related to Dutch language.
Hi JEV and Cor,
I don't speak Dutch, and I didn't test with Dutch UI either, but according to Weblate, the keyboard shortcut entry for applying paragraph style is translated to "Alinea-opmaakprofiel" in Dutch, which is still probably not JEV wanted, but at least that seems to contradicts with the claim 'there's only one command mentioning "opmaakprofiel"'.
The problem has been resolved by another Dutch speaking person of the Ubuntu Dutch communicty forum.
Apparently someone's traduced "opmaakprofiel" (En: style) to "stijl" (En: style).
This is confusing and probably has to do with the traduction to Dutch.
Therefoe I've suggested that ALL programs should ALWAYS have the original English words used also available in their GUI. So, if I'd need the square root-funtion, I could search for "square root" OR for "vierkantswortel" (in Dutch).
Thank you JEV for your feedback. Let's put this one to WFM then.