Le 18/01/2013 07:30, Rimas Kudelis a écrit :
If I understand correctly, the handle is there already (Tools -> Options
-> Language Settings). It's just that Ubuntu has removed it in their
build. Or am I wrong?
No the problem is not there AFAIK. I only said that I do not have such
localization problems with the generic Linux version. So the problem
have to be solved on the Ubuntu side, not on the LibreOffice side.
2013.01.18 02:52, Michael Bauer rašė:
LOL no, you're all missing mine. I get it that it was something Ubuntu
broke. But the point I'm trying to make is that it's something that LO
needs to get a handle on internally *anyway*, sooner or later. So why
17/01/2013 22:21, sgrìobh Rimas Kudelis:
I think you missed Jean-Baptiste's point. If I'm reading correctly, his
point was that Ubuntu has effectively broken the functionality that we
already have in place (ability to change the UI/help language).
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