[ please fix your e-mail quoting ]
On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 03:57:54PM +0100, Jaime R. Garza wrote:
You also need Admin rights to install under Windows, but that's not the
point. The point is that the user should be notified that there is a new
If he or she can install it, that's not our problem.
That's sometihing else tahn what you requested: Let's look at the post again
"for when is it planned to have Automatic Update for Windows & Mac
LibreOffice, for Linux usually makes no sense?
My opinion, the user should be able to decide if it's completely Automatic,
or they only get an info pop window, offering a one click update. "
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