Le 27/06/2013 10:32, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote on 2013-06-27 07:21:
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.
I just talked to Christian, who is working on improving the download
page. With the new version being rolled out soon, it will be possible to
link to a specific version and language, and have the operating system
You could then set your static page with two versions in front of it.
Would that work for you?
Probably but I need to test. So please do not remove the old download
script until we reach a satisfying state for the new download page.
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.
I don't know how in the end we came up with the current style of the
download page - it's been quite a while since that is in place. :) But I
hope the above solution works for you.
It's a long story :-)
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