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Hi Marc, all,

Marc Paré wrote (11-10-12 18:49)

Could we not instead have a button in the "Help" or on the "About" popup
window? These could be links to our donations page where there would be
more information on for what the funds are being raised or about any
fundraising campaigns. I think we would have a better chance at
convincing people if we present them with good arguments to contribute
rather than just giving them a quick plea for a donation.

If the number of mouse-clicks that lead to a donations plea during the
install process is the same as the number of mouse-clicks to get to a
donations link in the "Help" menu, then I would favour this last one.
The rationale being that the user would have installed/test-tried the
suite and would be in a better mind-set to donate. I don't know about
you, but, at install time, I do not usually donate until I try out the
software I am downloading.

I like the various ideas. What about a combination:
- link during download
- at the end of the installation process there is a small text + pointer / link. And mention that there is an entry in the Help menu.
- a menu Help > Support LibreOffice

Not too intrusive of course, but then we offer possibilities for various people/styles.
Unless of course one of the options as such is considered wrong.


 - Cor

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