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Some time ago I wrote to the User-list regarding silent (administrative)

The change in file structure and installation procedures in LibreOffice
is missing one perspective and that is when you need to install
LibreOffice on many (perhaps thousands) computers.

I think its important that we consider this when we decide the
installation process with multible languages in one package:

   1. How to install one or two languages out of many
   2. How to select default language in the GUI

I have tried to install LibreOffice on Windows XP with only one language
using a batch script. I thought one of the following command should do it:

msiexec /qn  /i libreoffice33.msi TRANSFORMS=trans_da.mst
msiexec /qn  /i  libreoffice33.msi /t trans_da.mst
msiexec /qn  /i  libreoffice33.msi TRANSFORMS="trans_da.mst"
msiexec /qn  /i  libreoffice33.msi /g 1033

But all languages gets installed in all cases.

Is it possible to install one language only?
If not; are there any plans for this?

Leif Lodahl
The Danish Team

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