Le 29/04/11 11:25 AM, drew a écrit :
> It's more complicated than that.
Probably - but how much so, I don't know. I do know it is what we have.
- so, only one way to find out, let's move those couple of pages you
mentioned in other emails and see.
I need your help here - in the conversation on the projects list ending
with the web page at
adding the link to the LibO-na site wasn't there also a development
instance setup for the teams use on the server?
If so I lost the (can't find) the address for that - and a quick search
of my email archive didn't pull it up - do you have that?
Then I need to register at the forum module at that address - yes?
The let Christian (?) know so he can give me author role on that
specific site - yes?
If not (the dev site wasn't made) we need to get that done as step zero.
After that lets look at step being the move of the first few menu items,
followed by a page - let's see what happens if we just cut in the body.
Thanks very much,
I will try to lend more of hand here. I had been ill throughout the NA
DVD process but I hope I will be more productive now.
Let's give it a try. I suspect the LibreOfficeBox devs will also lend a
hand if we ask nicely. :-)
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