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Re: [libreoffice-website] Banner for switching languages on the LibreOffice website

Le 19-10-31 à 05 h 21, Mike Saunders a écrit :
> On 21/10/2019 09:54, William Gathoye wrote:
>> *Please* don't use a drop down menu to change languages. Besides being
>> old school, this is not really efficient on mobile because this implies
>> a scroll view in a scroll view when the drop down menu is too long for
>> the screen height.
> I agree -- we don't plan to use a drop-down list, but a few examples and
> then a "More" button, like at the top of:
> https://newdesign.libreoffice.org
> Clicking "More" takes you to https://www.libreoffice.org/community/nlc
> -- so a dedicated page with languages and websites.
> Mike
+1 ... a great idea! and agree to not make use of a drop-down menu.

Note that on my phone, as example, if I use it in portrait mode, the
following language choices do not show "Italiano | More ...|" Then some
people will still be unaware of the other various nlc pages.

IMO, it may just be best to have something like "Choose Other Language"
which leads to the https://www.libreoffice.org/community/nlc page.
Making sure that the single button is not flush-right to the edge of the
page, otherwise, it would be lost again in portrait mode.

This problem is not there in landscape more of course.



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