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Petr Mladek píše v Út 19. 10. 2010 v 19:04 +0200:
Carlo Strata píše v Út 19. 10. 2010 v 18:25 +0200:
Il 15/10/2010 12:50, Petr Mladek ha scritto:
You might find the first packages at

I'm preparing my notebook to the Italian Linux Day (on October the 23th).

On my OpenSuSE 11.2 (I'm not sure to install a new 11.3 from scratch 
before that day, but may be I've just bought a new 2.5" 7.200 rpm hd) 
I've just:
- uninstalled OOo Novell/Go-OO from OBS (STABLE);
- unistalled vanilla Libò 3.3 beta 2;
- installed vanilla OOo 3.3 RC1 italian;
- installed Novell/TDF Libò 3.3 beta 2 from OBS (UNSTABLE).

All packages are/were x86-64.

Libò 3.3b2 inherit OOo configuration data (i.e. User Information 
and so on), while OOo 3.3 RC1 doesn't.

All goes well, but OBS Libò 3.3b2 UI (and help too) is (are) in English 
and not in Italian. Vanilla OOo 3.3 RC1 has Italian UI and Help.

This are installed packages:
--> libreoffice-help-it-
--> libreoffice-l10n-it-

Libò Writer -> Tools -> Options -> Language Settings -> Languages -> 
Language of -> User interface shows only:
- Default - English (USA)
- English (USA)

Any setting yields English UI!

What's wrong? What is my mistake? Is it a bug?

I will try to install it here tomorrow if time permits. I am sorry, I am
on our team workshop this week and work only when time permits.

I reproduced it here. The problem is that the following files are
missing in the openSUSE packages:


I will need to investigate it a bit more to get a fix.

A temporary solution would be to copy the files from the universal
LibreOffice build. I mean
from /opt/libreoffice3/basis3.3/share/registry.

I am sorry for the inconveniece.

Best Regards,

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