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On Wed, 2011-02-09 at 17:13 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-02-09 16:55, Marc Paré a écrit :
Le 2011-02-09 16:01, Carl Symons a écrit :

Re: BASE -- adding info on the backend. I have tried to move text
around but
there is just not enough space left. Should we just leave it as is? Can
anyone add a short blurb on backend? That particular paragraph -- I
think I
can squeeze another 8 words in there.

Try this...

Base is a full-featured desktop database front end, designed to meet
the needs of a broad array of users. The front end is a powerful
asset adding major functionality and potential to the other
LibreOffice applications.

Base is a full-featured desktop database, designed to meet the needs
of most users. It is a valuable asset for adding power to other
LibreOffice applications. Base can also be used as a front end to most
enterprise-class databases.

Use and modify as you wish. I think this describes Base in a way that
captures its low AND high end uses.

Looks good. That's exactly what we need! I'll have to edit it later ...
running late for a meeting, unless someone else modifies this.

Thanks for all of your help.



I just had time to update it.

Excellent - I guess you would not mind at all if we made a specific
version for the show in California, a draft of a _first_ thought:

I would want to pass this alteration to both our design folks and the
scale folks also. Will drop them an email now and let them take a look,
just to be sure they are cool with the logo usage, doubt they will, well
hope they wouldn't.

ALSO - I would like to regenerate all those png files with a full 300
dpi, sized as you now have in the document. I will do that later tonight
and pass you back the odt file, ready for printing then IMO, and the new
png files in a separate archive file.

This is really nice!


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