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Hi *,

On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 6:29 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster
<> wrote:

I have a question.
The Portable section, under Packages, links to the

Yet, there is another Portable package that some people might want to
choose, if their needed language is not in the "normal" version.


So just pick a version that is not in the multi installer and you'll
get the "All" link.

So would you want to show both Portable package options?

Nah, there I think just showing the matching (chosen or detected)
language is sufficient.

Also, right now there is only one 4.0.4 ISO file, the NA-DVD one. But, I
would assume that the German one would be available sometime.  So if we have
both versions of the DVD for the 4.0.5 installs, would both package links
show up here?

Yes - note that the staging site's download-DB is not up-to-date, so
it might not show all downloads that are currently available - but to
satisfy your example: for 3.6.6 there are both en and german isos, so
try with →
you'll get both offered.

If you show only one of the Portable package options, the logic would be
that you would only show one of the available DVD .iso file options as well.

Well, yes and no. Portable version is just windows version of
LibreOffice, with a different set of supported languages, whereas the
LibreOffice DVDs are a compilation of LibreOffice + some additional
software and documentation. LibreOffice is multi-lang on both isos.

Thanks for the feedback.


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