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A couple of quick updates.

1 - the discs look great and it turns out the printer

2 - product screen shots - I opted not to use the ones from the current
website, rather to make a quick set:

3 - the disc:

I did a little refactoring last night and used the extra space on the
disk to separate the two. Every change in the UI is now a change in the
separate community theme, and all the new html files are in their,
libredvd-en-US, which was already in the Box iso structure.

All the new images are now found under the community them directory
path, so the files for Box are left un-touched.

All of the new install files are includes in a directory structure,
along side, the box supplied set:

The big difference here is that the Box team exploded the archives so
that you can install directory form the directory. The NA-CommDVD takes
the same path Tim did and just installs the archive files, just as if
you had downloaded them from the website.

@Tim - I ended up using a bunch of what you sent me yesterday..thanks so

It is Alive - meaning I can create an iso file, then burned to a DVD and
it works (Ubuntu, OpenSusue, XP, Vista, Win7 - all checked - I don't
have a Mac)

It is Dead - the autorun just isn't working, but then it isn't working
on the actual LibreOfficeBox 3.3.0-2 created DVD on these machines

So - this DVD now includes two complete and separate systems
- it includes the full LibreOfficeBox setup, unchanged and it will run
from the new DVD, and will install LibO 3.3.0 Stable, of course with the
UI in German. 

- it includes the full NA-CommDVD setup, started from the index.html
file, this will deliver the install files for 3.3.1-RC2, SDK, source,
the en. es, and fr templates / documentation, with a English UI.

It is in the root directory where the only actual change to the box
files happens and that is just that index.html starts the NA-CommDVD
ball rolling and LibreOfficBox.html (the original index.html) starts the
that ball rolling (3.3.0-stable install).

Alright - that said it isn't quite done - there are typos and some text
that is beyond typos and next re-write and some external links that need
fixing...but the file layout works

The theme 

- I made changes to the CSS classes for header, h1, h2, and navigation
text, those are color changes to come into a common theme based on the
color used for the North American Community DVD tag line in the new
logo, this color being the same as the Impress (lower section) outline
color on the new splash screen. 

- I then changed the graphics for the menu system.

I don't want to tweak much more, if any, at this point. Here is a screen
shot that shows the new theme fairly well. -

So - not quite done - but at this point unless I really just missed
something, this is working out rather well, IMO. 

Thanks - sorry, will most likely be quiet a bit today also, will finish
this and run installs on all the machines one more time.


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