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There's of course also the scenario of a locale you cannot select on any
OS but which has a LO localisation. Like Oromo, Kashmiri or Bodo which I
cannot find in the locales on offer in Windows 7 but which have LO

It's a more general situation than the people here are considerating; non
only for languages that unfortunately have not a localizated OS but also in
sociocultural environnement (educational centers, administrative or
corporative infraestructure, low educated generations...) is common you
have a pc with a OS in a regional dominant language installed (spanish in
Spain or latinoamerican countries, for example) but you want install LO in
galician, catalan, aragonese, asturian, euskara, quechua, ....

Sometimes you haven't privileges for personalize the OS system (public
employe, student...) or you don't want go so deeply because you are not a

Over WS, our 90% of total users? if the common user follows the standard
wizard (without realize the custom settings) he only will install de
spanish UI.

It's contraintuitive. It's a problem for users not well trained, and it's a
frustating barrier for native lang contributors because the localizated LO
is more dificult for our users.

For WS all language options must be equally accesible. The OS language not
implies you don't want other languages in your applications.

+1 For a independent setup installer

Antón Méixome - Galician Native Lang Coordination
Galician community LibO

Antón Méixome - Galician Native Lang Coordination
Galician community LibO & AOO

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