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Present: Muhammad Rivan, Heiko
Comments: many


 * UX - While objects on a slide are being edited,  notably text boxes,
   the new slide sorter Ctrl+Shift shortcut combinations (see bug 91909)
   incorrectly receive focus and move the slide
   + resolve WF or change default shortcut
     + move paragraph in Writer per ctrl+alt+arrow
       in Impress per alt+shift+arrow, in Kate per ctrl+shift+arrow
     + ctrl+shift+arrow is select to beginning/end of paragraph or word
     + ctrl+alt+arrow? sounds good, and is not used in edit mode (Rivan)
   + add UNO commands and replace hard-coded shortcuts
     + quite some effort for not much benefit and different topic
   + changed for tdf#91909 with side-effect in tdf#139286
   => change the shortcut to ctrl+alt+arrow
   + scrollbars are connected under gtk3
   => AI Heiko: file a bug report

 * Visual indication that there is nothing to compare
   + infobar or confirmation box (Heiko)
     + infobar is annoying (Rivan)
   + change title into "<document name> (unedited)" (Rivan)
     + very much unobtrusive; users will not spot it (Heiko)
   + shape with text under the text (Rivan)
     + needs to disappear when the user starts typing
     + quite a lot of effort for the corner case
   => simplest solution first for the very unlikely case,
      maybe it can be done as easyhack

 * Option to redact/ anonymizing file by replacing images by dummy
   or make them black (Sanitize media)
   + there are means to (manually) cover images
   + but why not have an automated method if this is easy to implement
   => comment

 * UI: Selection feedback for inclusion empty line not great
   + select all on empty lines shows only a thin blue line
     and the blinking cursor; is it enough?
   + if the selection includes the line break the blue feedback
     goes until the very end of the paragraph
   => that's sufficient meaning WF

 * Table>insert Rows should move the cursor to the new row
   + Writer: table, insert row -> put cursor there?
   + expect the cursor to move to the new row (Rivan)
   + it would require to also go to the upper row if added above,
     or to the left/right column respectively
   => no objection to do it; low priority