Le 26/06/2013 11:26, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
Sophie Gautier wrote on 2013-06-26 08:07:
For our project (FR), we would like to stay with the same presentation
as we get now i.e presenting the two versions available, see :
Is that what you mean by language dependent text?
oh - that's a new challenge then. What we are going to do is to have a
download page that looks like www.libreoffice.org/download/, with the
big green buttons pointing to exactly one version.
One workaround I see for your requirement is that you create a dedicated
page in front of the actual download page. This could look very similar
to the current one.
If you link to the old version, you'd then add a link like
and for the current version like
People would see the page with the green buttons, like in the above
example. Would this work for you?
I am afraid it does not work because I need to add a link for each
available OS. It seems I can't use a link like
and to let the script to find which is the current OS of the user.
Side note: I do not understand why we have a download page with only the
higher numbered version (currently 4.0.4) when we develop 2 code lines
in parallel. I think the user should have a clear and not restricted
choice between both versions when she arrives on the download page.
So I prefer to keep the "old" download script and provide the user with
information about each available version. So she can decide which
version is the best for her.
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