Hi Marc, Christian, *
Am 19.02.2013 19:03, schrieb Marc Paré:
I like the look on your FF version, and as far as the Deutsch, the
title just needs to separate the "allplatforms" to "all-platforms" and
IMO it would work just like the EN DVD title.
Have already hinted Uwe to adapt the scripts for the next isos.
I don't think the fix you suggested would work. You suggested for
example that there be a better description in the text above the
buttons. However, the text is generic and is worded to fit the direct
download of LibreOffice v.x.x.x.x and not the DVD's.
The mentioned generic text is displayed on if Type != box and != src,
another one could be displayed on Type == box.
I think the simplest fix would be to shorten the DVD title to a
Is there a way for you to tell us a number of allowable characters
that would fit before it spills out of the button? If I counted right,
the EN DVD title is 67 characters long. Perhaps keeping it to 45
characters long would allow enough "just in case" spaces just in case
some users did mod their browsers.
Arial or Verdana or ...? 14, 15 or 16pt? ;) what's your "estimated
average browser setting" around?
No seriously, I'd like to think away from *displaying* these filenames.
Why not use a generic text telling users that they are up to download
multi-language plus extras DVDs providing either en or de ui language
and just name the links upon the buttons DVD Deutsch and DVD English ?
All other information could eventually be off the buttons.
@ Christian: is there a way to discriminate the DownloadsInstallType for
DVD isos by language, filename, whatever?
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