https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=111082

--- Comment #5 from Gavin Flower <gavinflo...@archidevsys.co.nz> ---
I don't consider the image of the page orientation a real preview, but as an
indication of how the page is orientated.

A tomato is technically a berry, but most people don't call them berries!  So
while in you design lexicon you call it a preview, it does not have to be
treated as one!

In programming, meaningful names a Good Thing (TM) - however, sometimes
systematic naming is far more appropriate (I first had this insight when I was
a COBOL programmer) - so insisting on using meaningful names everywhere is bad!

Please consider how to make LibreOffice more user friendly, rather stick to
design rules that are not always appropriate!

So I think it would be advantageous to reverse your decision on this!

Thanks...

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