Hi Thomas, *,
Hello Christian, *,
and follow-ups for a description of the changes.
I have read it, but I have some questions ...
Some strings were changed/added, so if you could please provide
I received a couple via mail already. But far from the complete
There I found only en_US stings. Where do I find the ones for e.g.
If no translations will be provided by you or other people, the german
translation will be done by myself.
And if you look at the subject of the mail: the goal is to make people
provide the translations
for the changed/added strings.
and http://staging.libreoffice.org/download/ for context of the
If I understood the discussion on the website list correctly, it
should be show something like "Your wanted download is not available
in this version/language/something", or am I wrong?
If I click on
Selected: LibreOffice CD/DVD-images, version 4.0.4, German
(which did not exist), but on the download button is the text
Well - the boxes are both multi lang, so they show up no matter what
language is selected when you pick the box. The NA-DVD would allow to
install LO in german, so that's why it is also shown.
If you want to see the "no regular downloads" string, use something like
i.e. there is a portable version of 3.6.5 still on the mirrors (and
thus available on the dl-page), but the main downloads are already
moved to old, since 3.6.6 is current.
plus the link to http://staging.libreoffice.org/get-
Platforms_Multi-Lang_plus-extras.iso?idx=1 ... Is it intended, or
did I get something wrong?
That's the point - to integrate it to the donation page. If you click
on it, you are on the Donate page that will start the download via
"Your download LO-4.0.4_English-NA-DVD_All-Platforms_Multi-Lang_plus-extras.iso
should begin shortly. Please click the link in case it doesn't start."
(the filename is the link)
In the case for multiple downloads (like additional help and/or
languagepacks, or additional source tarballs), the donate-page will
also offer those as buttons, so you don't have to go back to download
those supplemental/optional files.
On the main site, it would point to