> ... is there anything that describes:
> # the configuration options;
> # what that option does;
> # acceptable values for the option;
> # the effect of each acceptable value;
> For each item listed at ">Tools >Options >LibreOffice >Advanced >Open
> Expert Configuration"
> If so, what documentation, etc am I looking for, and where can it be
Nope, why it takes an expert ;-)
You pretty much must as you said try:
> * Reading the source code, and translating that into English;
> * Playing with the options, selecting randomly selecting values, and
> hoping I can pickup the effects;
Oh, and take notes, or you'll do it all again. The majority of user
adjustable Expert Configuration stanzas are in *common.xcs* found here:
I find that sorting the Expert Configuration dialog by the Preference Name
field makes it easier to locate the corresponding source. For some of the
more obscure *value* settings (without comments in the .xcs) you have to
dig into the corresponding source.
> You pretty much must as you said try:
>> * Reading the source code, and translating that into English;
>> * Playing with the options, selecting randomly selecting values, and
>> hoping I can pickup the effects;
I was hoping that it was simply a case of my Google-Fu not being up to
> Documentation team is always happy for assistance, especially on a large project like capturing all these would be.
As I explore those options, I'll blog about it.
Probably easiest to start at ">Tools >Options >LibreOffice >User Data
>Name" and end at ">Tools >Options >Internet >MediaWiki >Web Publisher",
including notes for extensions that add their configuration menu to
">Tools >Options". (IIRC that was R4OOo.)