Maxim Monastirsky <> changed:

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--- Comment #9 from Maxim Monastirsky <> ---
(In reply to andreas_k from comment #0)
> - DrawText
This is a toggle, because when checked you're in a draw mode and can draw a
text box. (The UI changes too: In the standard toolbar UI, the formatting
toolbar disappears, and the drawing object properties toolbar takes its place.
In the notebookbar UI, the drawing context activates.)

The toggle is mostly important for the toolbar button, as we want it to become
pressed after clicking it. There's no way of having the toolbar button pressed,
but not having a checkbox in the same command placed in a menu.

> - Horizontal Line
Technically, this doesn't insert a line, but sets the "Horizontal Line"
paragraph style to the current paragraph. I agree that it isn't good to have a
checkbox if it isn't possible to turn this off (and probably it won't be
possible to implement, as it isn't clear which paragraph style set instead). So
either we find a way to hide the checkbox (e.g. wrap the style setting with a
new uno command), or simply move this item into the "Styles" menu where it
really belongs.

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