Just a few questions I would be interested to hear am answer.
- How often do you change the root folder for your parallel installations? (How often do you change the folder right beneath the “should subfolders be created automatically”?)
- What should be the default folder for the above option? (Empty not allowed)
- Do you need a list of available helppack languages? Would it be acceptable to connect to the internet for fetching the possible helppack language or do you prepare it hardcore.
- Do you need the option not to touch bootstrap.ini file?
- Would you like to have a Linux version?
- Do you want an Android version (parallel installation does not work on Android, it c only be used to download APKs and offer them to be installed)
- Yes duplicate.. please don’t answer! Would you be using it on Linux as well?
Thank you for your feedback! Repository of the re-implementaion!
I really want to give everyone one big chance, you just have to accept, that it is not perfect now, but you can help to improve the 4.0 release of LibreOffice…
So there are some ways:
1) You 100% know how you want to install a testing build properly
I will give you the links for alpha1+ and (just to be sure) a link to bugzilla, with me automatically added to CC…
2) You are not sure 100% how you want to install a testing build properly or configure it.
I am going to show it using my program, but it basically is this tutorial.
- Download my program
- Press Download latest master
- Configure the installation directory
- If you want to have a subfolder created automatically, check the check box. A name has been created automatically, but you can change it
- Click: Start installation
- After installation seems to be completed and you don’t want to have your profile used (and maybe damaged), click open bootstrap.ini and follow the instruction shown in the tool-tip when hovering over the large texfield. (Don’t worry, you just have to copy one thing – so don’t worry)
- Open the folder you installed LibreOffice to and open the folder “program”. Double click soffice.exe and you are done.
Your LibreOffice 4 build has been installed parallel to your normal LibreOffice installation with a separate profile.
You can submit bugs in two ways:
However, if you have a question, don’t hesitate and ask me 🙂