I use Firefox.
I do have Chrome and a few others I test every so often, but Firefox is
the one I have been using for many years now.
Henri added that I should go and chose the language option. Yes I can do
that, and did so, but how many of the people who download LO will not
think about that till they try to install the help packs?
I have seen this issue, if I remember correctly, over the past few weeks
and kept forgetting to ask about this.
On 06/03/2018 12:12 PM, Luuk wrote:
when using Chrome, specify the corrrect language in your browser
- goto chrome://settings/
- select advanced
- find 'langages'
LibreOffice seems to be offered in the first language you have there....
On 2-6-2018 21:30, Tim-L wrote:
I am currently using Ubuntu 18.04 - - Language - en_US.UTF-8(en_US)
When I go to the download page for the newest LO version 6.0.4 x86_64
(deb) I keep getting the English (GB) version files.
It has shown up with both Ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04 installs.
Translated User Interface: English (GB) (Torrent, Info)
Help for offline use: English (GB) (Torrent, Info)
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