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On Sat, 2011-03-05 at 15:46 -0500, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:

Myself, I use Writer to write my text and then copy/paste it into my web 
pages.  What I wonder is why Writer changed the "stuff" where the edited 
page finds the CSS formating information.  It is a shame that 
LibreOffice's page work cannot be dome by LibreOffice, at this point.

Well, looks like I will have to go to a text editor to check the pages 
for spelling and grammar errors from the German to English translation.  

hmm, it looks to me that you are pretty much done with all of that.

Speaking about spell checkers, and such - I've been on your site for a
good number of hours today, installed a bunch of the extensions,
templates, dictionaries and such..again, it's impressive you got all
that copied - I haven't finished with everyone yet, but so far everyone
I've checked is the latest available from extensions.s.oo.o and then I
side lined with a 2 hour phone call, about LibO BTW, something though
had an impact on the LibO 3.3.1 instance used (Ubuntu 10.10 - LibO 3.3.1
from and OO.o 3.3 from Canonical repo)

So after I break for a bite to eat, I'll get back to running down that
list again, maybe get to checking all the clipart packages this
afternoon also.

Not sure to do about the different language dictionary file - I can test
for simple things with the extensions and templates but darned if I can
get multi-language document settings to work right - even for the
default installed languages...I know there is some issues open and I've
not kept up with this part of the effort here at all, not at all.

Anyway - so far every link has installed what it said it would


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