Hi Stefan, David, all,
... didn't have the time to look at the pages, just a short comment on
Stefan Weigel schrieb:
http://www.test.libreoffice.org/ second paragraph currently reads:
"LibreOffice can open and save all Microsoft Office files"
Please change this to:
"LibreOffice can open and save most Microsoft Office files"
"Most" implies directly, that there are MS Office files that LibO can't
I wouldn't promote this non-feature actively.
Just remove "all" or "most:
"LibreOffice can open and save Microsoft Office files."
"You can easily import any Microsoft document"
Please change this to:
"You can easily import most Microsoft documents"
"You can easily import Microsoft Office documents as well as many other
file formats used by different applications."
Why? Well, MS Office is much more than Word, Excel and Powerpoint,
but these are the only MS applications LO is file-compatible with
(to a certain degree).
And, http://www.test.libreoffice.org/features/ reads:
"You can create and modify tables, forms, queries and reports that
use MySQL, PostgreSQL or Microsoft Access, or – better still – take
the next step to a powerful, stable, integrated HSQL database."
This gives the reader a wrong impression and creates wrong
expectations. Base *cannot* create and modify tables, forms, queries
and reports in Microsoft Access. Base can connect to databases that
are created in MySQL, PostgreSQL or Microsoft Access. Upon that you
can create forms, queries and reports in Base.
IIRC Base can import MS Access tables and queries, but I can be wrong.
The integrated HSQL database ist *not* a step forward from MySQL,
PostgreSQL or Microsoft Access, but a very basic possibility to
build database applications without MySQL, PostgreSQL or Microsoft
Would this perhaps be a more appropriate wording?
"Based on imported and linked tables and queries from MySQL, PostgreSQL
or Microsoft Access and many other data sources you can build powerful
databases containing forms and reports, views and queries. Full
integration is possible with the in-built HSQL database."
or something similar...
PS: I don't know how this is in English, but the end of the MATH
paragraph looks odd to me with capitals. I know the formula as "E=mc²"
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