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Hi Tom

I suggest that the prompt be made more helpful, including that the warning can be ignored if the extensions are different or the user wants to replace the file with a new version. I leave the wording to someone who knows all the ins and outs.


On 29/05/13 02:13, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Sorry about the wiki grumbling about using the same name (with different extension). It seemed to work out just fine. I can click on each one and they each open in the right way for their type so neither got over-written.
Regards from
Tom :)

    *From:* Donald Rogers <>
    *Sent:* Tuesday, 28 May 2013, 11:01
    *Subject:* Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Uploading LO User Guides

    Hi, Sophie

    Thank you, especially for your comment about creating a category
    page. I
    had not done that previously but it is pretty painless to do.
    The upload "just worked", and it sorted out those strange paths
    automagically. I added three pages based on the relevant EN and FR

    When I uploaded the ODT and PDF files I was asked to choose a
    type. I chose Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
    License <>, I
    presume that
    is okay?
    When I uploaded a PDF file the Wiki complained that the file had the
    same name as the previous ODT file (different extension of course)
    but I
    ignored that.


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