Hi David, Drew,
On 08/01/2011 16:45, David Nelson wrote:
Hi Drew, :-)
Or, if you feel able to help out by taking screenshots yourself, then:
a) a big thanks for the helping hand! ;-)
b) take them under MS Windows using a DARK SLATE GRAY theme (window frame, etc)
(I fail to believe that Bill is going to sue us because we took
screenshots of our own product under MS Windows...)
Sorry to insist but I don't want to take the risk :
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So it is clear that you're not allowed to take screenshots showing LibO
on a Windows system. And I don't find very sexy to add on each "Used
with permission from Microsoft"
As said you can adapt the LibO theme and your Linux them to look more
Windows like and everything will be ok. This is what we have done for
years for OOo and guess what, we have sell several copy of it ;-)
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