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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: [tdf-announce] LibreOffice 3.3.2 is now available


On 2011-03-22 11:17 PM, Do Hong Phuc wrote:
I suggest still to keep the help pack seperated with the main setup package
to make its size as smaller as possible.

The help pack is only a fraction of the size problem...

Separating the individual langauge downloads will help FAR more than
keeping the help pack separate - and as I said, separating the help only
complicates installation process. Very few other programs do ts - the
only one that comes to mind immediately being the GIMP - and that one is
just as irritating to install.

And seperate the language package as many languages are unneccessary for
someone.

Again - separating the language packs, and providing installers for
individual languages is what will provide a dramatic reduction in the
download file size.

To avoid installing un-desired dictionaries, you can directly modify the
libreoffice33.msi with ORCA, but it will be take you much of time to modify.

Right - enabling every single dictionary by default is ridiculous. Every
other program worth anything defaults to ONLY the language you are using
for your OS...

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Best regards,

Charles

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