Hi Christoph, *,
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 11:40 PM, Christoph Noack <email@example.com> wrote:
Am Dienstag, den 07.12.2010, 13:33 +0100 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
As Christian asked to remove these buttons or to provide a lot more of
them, I'd wait for the website team for their opinion.
Thus, although the script solution may look odd, it is the superior
Oh, if you got the impression that all button shall be displayed at
once, then no, this is not the case. The only thing I had in mind was
to turn the filtered links, the ones matching the dropdown selection
into buttons. So there would be at most two shown at a time, but of
course different ones depending on what the user chooses for
So the minimum is to have windows multi and windows all, and for the
others "full installer" and "language pack" buttons.
And since I am a bit lost in the recent discussions - is
there any agreement what script / site design to use?
The script here: http://test.libreoffice.org/download-3 the stuff
starting with the selection listboxes is automatically generated, and
version for >90% of the visitors.
May it be helpful
to have a look at it - from the Design Team's perspective (usability and
Well - sure, feedback is welcome, although design is pretty much left
to css. Feedback is always welcome though.
New topic ...
[checklist to not forget things like updating beta→rc1 and stuff]
Yes, this surely would be helpful, although this time rc1 was kind of
rushed out because of slight misunderstandings.
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