Help agent is non functional in LibreOffice, not in 3.4.4 and also not in 3.5.0beta2 (and reported on IRC also not in 3.3.3).
Help agent (the lightbulb) should appear when autocorrect/autoformat is triggered, like for example when " is converted to typographic (smart) quotes, or when TWo capital letters in a word get corrected to only one, etc.
In Options→General the help agent is activated, and also resetting the helpagent doesn't make any difference.
To test: trigger any autocorrect or autoformat - either type quotes, write a sentence but use lowercase after the dot, write a - between words (and have it replaced by the corresponding dash), use "###" on a line by itself or "++++" on a line by itself, etc.
Expected: light bulb should appear at the lower area of the window, clicking on it should open the helppage about autoformat/autocorrect and explain what happened and how to turn the feature off.
Actual: autoformat/autocorrect is triggered, but no helpagent appears.
Build ID: own W7 debug build
Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit
I can also confirm this bug, so I changed this bug's status to NEW. I used LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 on 64-bit Ubuntu 13.04 and LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 on 64-bit Windows 8, which means this bug affects multiple operating systems, so I changed the platform to "x86-64 (AMD64) All".
I kept the importance as "medium normal", because although this bug does not affect the user's ability to make high quality work, it is a feature that is claimed to exist (e.g.: by the LibreOffice 4.0 Getting Started Guide, Options) but doesn't really.
Thanks for reporting this bug!
Help agent was removed in 4.1 - so I guess this bug can be closed.
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there is no helpagent at all anymore, so this is obsolete, but as there's no obsolete status, set to notabug... wontfix would kind of fit as well, but notabug sounds friendlier :-P