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    Present: Roman, Heiko
    Comments from: Regina, Thomas, Stuart, Telesto
    * PARAGRAPH DIALOG: Add a "Spacing" property to "Fill Character"
    (Paragraph Style > Tabs)
    + one character only (Regina)
    + word can do only none, dot, dash, solid and without any style (Regina)
    + introducing a spacing between filling character option means requires ODF
    definition first; and a lot of effort for an easy to work around feature
    => WF
    * "Safe mode" is meaningless for most end-users
    + Rename the command label, eg "Repair/fix user profile/%PRODUCTNAME"
    + Keep "Safe mode" (Thomas, Telesto)
    + Good command names consists of action and target, resp. Verb object
    like "Exit Application", "Save Document", "Start in Safe/Repair Mode"
    + Rather than "Safe mode" rename the dialog *and* the Help menu entry?
    + "User Profile..." menu entry, with restart warning (Stuart)
    + "safemode" is a command line switch and known terminology; and "user profile"
    is not an exact match with what the dialog does (Telesto)
    => WFM
    * UI: Make it more difficult to accidentally enable "track changes" feature
    + remove shift+ctrl+C shortcut (Thomas, Heiko, Roman)
    => do it
    * Words whose characters span multiple languages should not undergo spell checking
    + rather have an option "Use apostrophe as word separator for spellchecking"
    => needs input from l10n and dev; no blocker from UX-POV
    * Enhancement: Change tab names in "Page Style" dialog
    + Page -> Page Layout, Area -> Background (would be required on similar dialogs too)
    + quite some work, what to prioritize: precision, short labels, effort?
    + Background is more clear than Area (Roman)
    + Changing means also Shape > Area (context menu) to be Shape > Background;
    Character style uses Highlighting for area fill style - so we end up with three
    terms for one function
    + Transparency is a bit too much to change (Roman)
    + keep overflow due to long labels in mind
    => tend to WF (Heiko), change carefully (Roman) => comment respectively