The page name cannot be changed, because the command in FreeCAD is linked to this specific name. You can't change the page title as it is generated from the page name. If you change the page name, it will break the "What's This?" button functionality and the offline help will open a blank page. The other solution is to have it changed in the source code.
I find it impossible to determine the internal name of a command in Python code and its sWhatsThis value (Part Slice tools are in Python) but it looks like the internal name is still Part_Slice. https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/sear ... o+compound
In C++ it's all grouped nice and tidy and easy to find, for example for PartDesign ShapeBinder:
https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/blob ... d.cpp#L265
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sAppModule = "PartDesign";
sGroup = QT_TR_NOOP("PartDesign");
sMenuText = QT_TR_NOOP("Create a shape binder");
sToolTipText = QT_TR_NOOP("Create a new shape binder");
sWhatsThis = "PartDesign_ShapeBinder";
sStatusTip = sToolTipText;
sPixmap = "PartDesign_ShapeBinder";
Basically, the name of the command page on the wiki needs to be exactly the name shown for "sWhatsThis".
Have any of you guys ever tried the What's This button? Sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who does, and it's like for everybody else I speak Martian.