When clicking on Help icon (blue book, questionmark) I am getting routed to https://help.libreoffice.org/scalc/.uno:HelpIndex?Language=en-US&System=UNIX&Version=4.3#bm_id3149178 (or swriter accordingly). Took me a moment to figure out where to get information from wiki. Instead, users should be routed to same page than using F1 (which works fine), i.e. app specific help home page.
(In reply to Jochen from comment #0)
> When clicking on Help icon (blue book, questionmark) I am getting routed to
> US&System=UNIX&Version=4.3#bm_id3149178 (or swriter accordingly).
Testing with 188.8.131.52 on Ubuntu 14.04, I see a life preserver as my link to the Help, which takes me to something very similar:
> should be routed to same page than using F1 (which works fine), i.e. app
> specific help home page.
I'm not sure that this is "incorrect," as described in the Summary. It might be more helpful to have targeted information about the particular component. This sounds like a question for UX-advise to consider.
Component -> UX-advise
Status -> NEW
Blue book w/ questionmark is KDE.
I confirm this even with installed help. In Calc, help menu goes to general help, F1 goes to Calc-specific help.
Build ID: 40m0(Build:2)
So i tested Help > LibreOffice Help and that linked to
and pressing F1 without help installed linked to
Checking 3.3 and the menu linked to
and pressing F1 linked to
Not sure what to think of this, but a dev would have to look at the F1 part as it should link to the same thing as the menu entry has F1 listed as its keyboard shortcut.
We're replacing our use of the 'ux-advise' component with a keyword:
Component -> LibreOffice
Add Keyword: needsUXEval
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 83603 ***