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Aaargh, i think the correct term is [chuckle] using <> means keep doing whatever 
until a relevant </> ends it.  

I'm glad i am not the only one that sometimes gets thrown by names that are too 
similar.  Firefox often seems to be called "Mozzarella" (a type of cheese) lqtm.

I tend to find it easier to format and place pictures but uploading them is 
trickier.  If people have trouble with one aspect then it's probably better to 
do the bit you can and make a note so that the reviewer can do the other bit.  
Collaboration rather than over-reaching your limits.  You will soon find the 
answer anyway.

Regards from
Tom :)

From: Hal Parker <>
Sent: Fri, 28 January, 2011 4:28:21
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Re: Incorrect Terminology for 
Installing on a Mac

On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 11:44 AM, Michael Wheatland <> wrote:

Having done this page, I don't think I will get very involved in website
work. Learning to use Silverlight AND Alfresco AND LibreOffice itself is
overloading my brain. ;-) So I'll concentrate my limited time and
on the user guides and only jump into website work occasionally to help
specific needs.

SilverSTRIPE ...
(Silverlight is a MS product)...

<chuckle> Brain-fingers disconnect at whatever early hour I typed that.

If you ever want to contribute anything without having to deal with
the confusing website back end, you can email the list or me directly
if you wish.

Thanks, I may do that. We'll see how much time I have to even look at the
website, before I think about changes.


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