On 02/20/2011 10:18 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Please check out the new page. I added most of the other dictionaries
that I had downloaded on my system. If there are other ones you would
like to see on this disc, let me know. I left the names the same as
from the online source, except added the country name for the ones that
only shows the 2 letter country code. If you would like to rename them,
let me know. Some of the names have special codes that may be important
in the original language though, like the 7 different German ones.
Le 2011-02-20 21:22, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :
You might want to look at the work as it is now.
The Gallery and Artwork page - just updated
Note that the PCLos .rpm works really well with any .rpm based
Linux distro. It installs all the folders and files in the right place
for LibreOffice. It would be great if someone on our dev team would be
interested in re-doing it for the Windows platform and other distros
(Linux and Mac). We may want to include it for the .rpm distros on our
The Info page - the first page
The module pages "read more" goes to this style of pages.
Looks all great.
Just to double-check.
Sophie, in the extensions section of the site, do all of the included
dictionaries satisfy the need for French Canadian French dictionary
and would you also, if you know, comment on whether the Spanish
dictionaries also satisfy those for N.American, Central Amer. and
If you are unsure, we, the N.Amer. Team, should make sure of this. I
also propose that we include S.Amer. Spanish as many in the US will
also be S.Americans.
We are so close to having a true American Continent DVD disk. All that
we would need is for the installer to take care of a Spanish for
S.Amer. BrOffice takes care of Brasil or course. I wonder if the
BrOffice people could be convinced (or maybe they do already) to take
care of S.Amer.? Then all Americas would be taken care of.
I agree that I am pushing for at least a North American version of a
DVD, but as long as someone wants to add the other languages to the DVD,
I have no problems with that. Adding the Central and South American
documentation and other links will be welcome, if someone could show me
where they are.
I was thinking about having a set of links for switching languages.
English, French-Canadian, Spanish-Mexico
These links will allow you to take the page you are viewing and change
to the other language version of that page. Something like the Wiki
pages do. Adding the other languages to the system will be half-way
easy, if someone actually does the translations editing for me. Google
does not do a good job, I am told.
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