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Hi Cor,

Am 23.02.2011 21:49, schrieb Cor Nouws:
Hi Seth,

s kadish wrote (23-02-11 19:03)
Hi, this is the second time I've installed LO. Previously I installed
and now 3.3.1.

Both times, at the end of installation, I was directed to a page
called "Thank you for using", which is here:

The developers might want to fix this, so that the completion of
installation will lead to something more appropriate, like :-)

Thanks for reporting.
It has been mentioned before, but not fixed apparently - as far as I
know the cause is not clear yet. Once I did suggest one possible root
of the problem, but until now did not spend any time to find it out.

Would you be willing to help with some information?

If so: with the first installation of LibreOffice, did you have a
version of installed?
In that case, it is quite likely that with the first start of
LibreOffice (parts of) your old user profile are imported.
Then I expect that there is some data in the registry, in the user
profile, that is responsible for the link to the page.

Maybe we can find out what it is?


I have the same Problem, a new installed Notebook with Win7 Home Premium.
The first touch on it was the installation of LibreOffice 3.3.0.

I got the same Page while installing.

Later i updated the 3.3.0 LibO, to 3.3.1 LibO and get the same Page
while installation.

Hope to resolve the Problem.

Best whishes an go on the way, to a "LIBRE OFFICE"


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