LibO on Windows XP.
The Options dialog has a 'Back' button on many (all?) of its pages. I understand the function of this button is to reset the values displayed on the current page to their application defaults. How does this button end up with the misleading and unhelpful label "Back"? That label is nowadays instantly associated with web browsing.
I would suggest a better label would be "Reset", or, better, "Reset" combined with a tooltip of "Reset the values displayed on this page to their application defaults".
'Back' has been modified to 'Revert' in LibO 3.5.0 Beta2.
☑ Extended tips:
"Resets modified values back to the LOdev default values."
See also the attached screenshot 'revert.png'.
Created attachment 54923 [details]
LibO 3.5.0 Beta2: Screenshot 'revert.png'
(In reply to comment #1)
Looks great to me, I like it. But not sure what "LOdev" means!
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 39452 ***
(In reply to comment #3)
> (In reply to comment #1)
> Looks great to me, I like it. But not sure what "LOdev" means!
Off-Topic here, LOdev means LibreOffice development version, or words to that effect.