Am 03.07.2013 22:56, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
I will list the changed strings, so please read all of it/at least
skip to the delimiter :-)
You can try it out at http://staging.libreoffice.org/download
* it is now possible to only select one of the paramaters, instead
of all three, i.e. you can preselect a version, and have the rest
auto-detect: → http://staging.libreoffice.org/download/?version=3.6.6
will offer the 3.6.6 download, but still detect the language and OS →
http://staging.libreoffice.org/download/?lang=fr will offer the
french version, and autodetects version (defaults to latest stable,
currently 4.0.4) and autodetects the OS →
preselect dutch version of 3.6.6 for whatever OS the site detects.
* it is now possible for the user to switch os or version using one
single choice, without having the need to click through all the
pages. Only changing the langauge will show a separate page, because
the list of languages is so big. But changing from rpm to deb, or
from windows to Mac is now just one click.
* also the versions are presented for selection by the user, so both
codelines are mentioned/available.
The new download page is very functional, thanks for that.
But: The new part for changing language, OS or version is cluttering. I
think it would be better having three separate lines for choosing. My
LibreOffice <os>, version <version>, <language>.
Not the version you wanted?
* Change <a>Language</a>
* Change Operating System: <a>Windows</a> ...
* Change Version: Stable Versions: ... Pre-Release Versions: ...
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