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I think in terms of languages, during the install process they shoudl be
downloaded instead of having individual seperate installers in my honest

On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 1:43 PM, Michael Bauer <> wrote:

You're wrong in the sense that Tools > Options > LS will only allow you to
switch between languages you have actually chosen to install manually
during the install process. In my case, I can only choose Gaelic or English
in the dropdown for the UI. If I wanted French, I would have to... oh I
don't know what I'd have to do on Ubuntu but on Windows I'd have to
download the install file again, run it and in the Manual Setup choose a
different language. There is no way that I have discovered yet which, once
installed, will allow you to add or remove a UI language from inside LO.


18/01/2013 06:30, sgrìobh Rimas Kudelis:

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?


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