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Hi Bernhard

Le 2011-06-18 09:02, Bernhard Dippold a écrit :

This topic has already been addressed not only by the design team (see Nik's mockup here: but by native lang teams too (like

We need to co-ordinate it here and invite design and marketing team to contribute their expertise.

Is anybody here able to spend some time on this topic, invite the other teams and make this improvement come true during the next week(s)?

If so, please raise your hand!

Best regards


I really like Nik's mockup. I have never been really comfortable giving more prominence to the download to LibO v3.4. We should be pushing out v.3.3.3 to people, and, as Nik's mockup so aptly displays it, v.3.4 should be a special version for people who are interested in "bleeding edge" LibO. I like the fact that this has been put to a less prominent space and in gray. It offers regular users a safe "green" route and still gives people who would like to experiment with the newer v.3.4 the side bar which clearly give the impression that it is an option that is not suggested for those who want the solid and "true tested" version 3.3.3



Marc Paré

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