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I love that adaption Charles. 'Have it your way ' gives a sense of freedom
to adapt the tool to suit how you work. I much prefer it over 'Do what you
want'. Also the latter, original slogan can and is often used as a
dismissive insult if you read it in a certain way.
On 03/01/2011 3:29 AM, "Charles Marcus" <> wrote:
On 2011-01-01 8:31 PM, David Nelson wrote:
Hi, :-)

I still like my idea:

"LibreOffice. Do what you want." / "LibreOffice. Fais ce que tu
veux.", "LibreOffice. Realises ce que tu veux." / "LibreOffice. Mach
was du willst." / "LibreOffice. Haz lo que quieras." / "LibreOffice.
Fai quello che vuoi."

Short - 4 to 5 words in most languages. Easy to translate. Easy to
understand. Appeals to all audiences, all ages. Anyone that speaks any
English can understand and empathize with this slogan. It's got a ring
of defiance and yet, through the same words, alludes to the suite's
creative possibilities.

I like it... or an alternative:

"LibreOffice. Have it your way."

or maybe

"LibreOffice. Do it your way."


Best regards,


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