I have recently tried to install LibreOffice 3.6.4 on my Windows 7 PC, and
since my system locale is set to Romanian, the LibreOffice .msi installer
also defaulted to Romanian as the installation language.
As a native Romanian speaker, I can vouch that the translation job is so
extremely poor that I couldn't go forward with the installation, since I
wasn't sure what features I was installing. I do not remember this happening
I am reporting this for the LibreOffice installer only, since I have no idea
if and how broken the LibreOffice translation is. I changed my system locale
to English so that I could install the LibreOffice package.
I have never, ever seen an English to Romanian translation so utterly
broken. I know this is a volunteer-run project, but such oversights are
absolutely inexcusable in a project so big as this. Please fix this as soon
as possible, because it's embarrassing and reeks of lack of professionalism.
At least revert to some older version, or have some competent Romanian
people take a look at the translation before releasing it.
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