Unfortunately, it is required to change from LO33 to LO35 to use a
particular new feature.
You don't have to change. You can install version 3.5.3 in parallel
(http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Installing_in_parallel) or use the
portable version (http://www.libreoffice.org/download/portable/)
Where is the report within QA that shows LO35 passed standard quality
Does this exist?
Is this true, that LO353 is near perfect?
I would say 3.4.6 is closer (with less features, of course :) )
There is too much bias in favour of ubuntu users (but then that is a
It's not a matter of bias. Ubuntu contributes with developers to the
project. Microsoft surprisingly doesn't :)
Is there really significant change in language packs between versions?
Are language pack and help packs significantly different between versions?
Is it not possible to use latest software versions with previous
language pack/help pack versions?
Since there are new options in the menus and dialogs, the language packs and
help files need to reflect this.
Using a language pack from a previous version will probably leave you with a
mixed language interface... The previous help files can be used but they
will not describe the added features...
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