Design/Meetings/2017-01-19

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Minutes

Jan 19, 2017; 6:19am Heiko Tietze-2 
Minutes of the Design Hangout: 2016-Jan-19

Present: Jay, Tomaz, Szymon, Heiko

 * Bookmark spelling/grammer findings
   + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=93073
   + maybe a full overhaul of the dialog is needed but the idea sounds reasonable (Heiko)
   + don't see the point of adding it to the dialog, as comments/bookmark can be done right now
     as the dialog is modal (Jay)
   + looking for more opinions (Heiko)
   
 * Styles in Draw/Impress
   + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=94369
   + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=101756
   + Topic for 5.4? > absolutely (Jay)
   + Ideally create a mockup and a couple of predefined styles and find a dev (Jay)
   + Update the existing graphic styles (Tomaz)
   + textbox vs. shapes issue is styles are applied (Tomaz)
   + preview needed in sidebar (Heiko)
   + code base needs rework, e.g. no Ui file today (Tomaz)
   => keep it in the backlog

 * Broken links
   + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=105187
   + to interrupt the workflow by warnings is bad
   + Use message dialog, infobar, or (newly to introduce) callouts?
   + another option is to have a "don't show anymore" checkbox with the ordinary confirmation box,
     similar to the 'confirm file format' dialog when saving in non-odf (Jay)
   + like callout idea most and there is need for it (Tomaz)
   + infobar is rather for the whole document; and when it fades-out automatically the document would jump up
   + Excel shows a small exclamation icon with a context menu for minor issues like numbers vs. text

 * Accessibility guideline
   + http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/Guideline-for-navigation-tt4205277.html
   + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=100898 (was the reason to start this discussion)
   + Solution 1 (that's my understanding of keyboard navigation yet it's not the current status):
     + Navigate on the top level UI hierarchy per F6. Start with the main menu,
       followed by the open toolbars, and finally the sidebar.
     + Use arrow keys to navigation within main menu and toolbars, and execute the function per Enter.
     + Within the sidebar use arrow keys to traverse the tabs (e.g. Properties, Styles, Gallery etc.).
       Press Return to enter the deck.
     + Within the deck cycle through the content panels (e.g. Styles, Character, Paragraph etc.) per
       ctrl+tab/shift+ctrl+tab.
     + Within the content panel navigate between controls using tab/shift+tab (e.g. Alignment, Bullets,
       Numbering etc. at Properties > Styles).
     + Use arrow keys to access controls that are part of a collection such as toggle buttons, lists,
       dropdowns (e.g. bold, italic, underline etc.).
     + Label all decks, content panels, controls/collections and provide mnemonic accelerator.
     + Go back to the document per Escape.
   + Solution 2 (what we have today and what Stuart describes in comment 5 of tdf#100898):
     + Navigate on the top level UI hierarchy per F6. Start with the main menu,
       followed by open toolbars, and finally the sidebar.
     + In the sidebar cycle through deck title, content panels, and sidebar decks using the arrow keys.
     + Enter the sidebar deck per return, or cycle through the content including the close button per tab/shift+tab.
     + Use arrow keys to access controls that are part of a collection such as toggle buttons, lists, dropdowns etc.
     + Make the content panel title part of the tab sequence to allow exit.
     + Label all decks, content panels, controls/collections and provide mnemonic accelerator.
     + Go back to the document per Escape.
   + definitely needs a guideline (Jay), and there was another bug....
   + sidebar close/minimized should be taken into consideration (Jay)
   + Decks should be part of the F6 hierarchy meaning F6 lands at the deck (when it's open)
     and pressing F6 again goes to the tabs (Jay)
   => will create a gdoc for the discussion (Jay)
      https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oKabPLLVe9s53i475W1-v0QA7cxc_0oT0qfVr68KWjM/edit?usp=sharing