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Hi :)
Ahh, now i have seen the disclaimer in brackets.  I think we can relax about this.  The "(or 
similar)" is enough to show people that there will be some difference between different releases or 
versions.  Also it's just for a sub-set of users, not a general thing that every user will need.  
Even as a Debian-family (specifically Ubuntu in my case) user i can see how this roughly applies to 
me.  I just pretend the 3.3 is more like a 4.0 and that the .rpm is more like a .deb.  Having a 
different file for each case would create (fairly minor but still annoying) problems that we don't 
Regards from
Tom :)  

From: Sérgio Marques <>
To: Libreoffice Translation List <> 
Sent: Tuesday, 12 February 2013, 10:05
Subject: [libreoffice-l10n] String in need for changes

This string needs to be updated for latest 4.0 release. Or if not used
let´s remove it.

File: readlicense_oo/docs.po
Context: readme.xrm otherinstall2 readmeitem.text

The desktop-integration directory also contains a package named
libreoffice3.3-freedesktop-menus-3.3.1.noarch.rpm (or similar). This is a
package for all Linux distributions that support the
specifications/recommendations (<a href=""></a>), and is
provided for installation on other Linux distributions not covered in the
aforementioned instructions.


Sérgio Marques

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