"Selected: LibreOffice Mac OS X (PPC), version 4.1.3, German
No regular installation files are available.
Please change your selection or pick one from the additional downloads
If you're looking for old versions, please visit our download archive."
My experience from some other mailing lists and requests: why not
saying: " we don't support LibO PPC any more, but you still can use and
downlaod the old version 4.X. Click here for the [archive].
(What did I done? http://www.libreoffice.org/download --> PPC clicked)
Moreover I'm using a Mac and multiple Windows PCs. Well my problem
original was: I have to download a "Translated user interface" package
(very bad solution!) for Mac OS X which looks identical to the
"LibreOffice built-in help" for the Windows builds. Well until I
recognized that I had to download two packages for OS X (and how that
installation works) lasted a few moments... Still my q: Why is there no
built-in help for Mac OS X?
Well, room for improvements: integrate the language pack for OS X! ;-)
Am 11.11.2013 13:54, schrieb Charles-H. Schulz:
(please answer these thread on the website list).
The title pretty much says it all. What do people think about the
download experience of LibreOffice? How can it be improved? Any
particular idea besides a graphical redesign itself?
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