How about what I (and some other folk) have suggested all along, some
internal function within LO that allows the end user to change the
UI/Help language by retrieving the required langpacks? It would solve
all these issues of some external bug/feature overring consumer choice.
It would also solve the insane install process issue for new users.
17/01/2013 15:35, sgrìobh Sophie Gautier:
- it doesn't affect LibreOffice only, Firefox and Thunderbird are
suffering from the same bugs, so it's seems more on the Canonical side
(but Debian is also touched) than on the LibreOffice side.
From here, I'm not sure what to decide exactly. I find that blocking a
software as important as LibreOffice on a distro is something that has
large consequences for our users, and more if it's not a LibreOffice bug
only, but I feel the same frustration as Martin.
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