Re: Updated intro logo [was Re: Proposals]

2020-09-12 Thread Brian Barker
eing named "20 years" - unless what is meant is "the year 20", i.e. 20 CE. Brian Barker - To unsubscribe, e-mail: dev-unsubscr...@openoffice.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: dev-h...@openoffice.apache.org

Re: Updated intro logo [was Re: Proposals]

2020-09-12 Thread Brian Barker
ud of the accuracy of the English lyrics he wrote. But he quotes against himself the one mistake he recognises. Not happening to be a pop fan, I've had to look this up, but in _Fernando_ appears the (incorrect) line "S

Re: macOS and AOO42X

2020-05-17 Thread Brian Barker
the contraction it's. *No!* Once again, in "for its leading open source office suite" the "its" is a possessive pronoun, spelled without an apostrophe (cf. his, not *hi's!), and does not stand for &qu

Re: macOS and AOO42X

2020-05-17 Thread Brian Barker
At 11:19 17/05/2020 +0100, Pedro Lino wrote: Some corrections/suggestions The Apache® OpenOffice® Projekt is on the road to a bigger update for its leading open source office suite. [...]; it's not its Aaargh, no! The possessive pronoun is "its", not "it's".

Re: Windows Installer translation

2020-02-23 Thread Brian Barker
e may well no longer have. Will distributing .msi files result in the same problem to occur again? Or is OpenOffice now prepared similarly to salt away the necessary parts of the installation database? If not, what was (and is) the cause of the problem, please? Br

Re: Fwd: kalloucha sent you a contact request on Pinterest

2019-04-21 Thread Brian Barker
At 18:40 21/04/2019 +0200, Peter Kovacs wrote: Does anyone know what printerest is? It's "Pinterest". See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinterest . Note also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinterest#Use_by_scammers . I trust this helps. Br

Re: Possible broken link: Checksums

2018-02-03 Thread Brian Barker
- perhaps cut short? - or else your extraction of its MD5 hash was faulty. Brian Barker - To unsubscribe, e-mail: dev-unsubscr...@openoffice.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: dev-h...@openoffice.apache.org

Re: Participation Research at Utrecht University

2018-01-31 Thread Brian Barker
Office and Xoops. Her message to the Users list correctly referred to "Open Office", but when she was referred to the Development list, she must have sent the wrong version of her message. Brian Barker - To uns

Re: Windows 10 won't install Open Office

2017-07-05 Thread Brian Barker
At 12:02 05/07/2017 -0700, Dave Fisher wrote: We put the binaries on the SourceForge mirrors, but the hashes should be served from a common location. Is that https://www.openoffice.org/download/other.html ? But it's not easy to find ... Brian Barker

Re: Office Writer Quote

2017-05-30 Thread Brian Barker
SoftArtisans' OfficeWriter, which appears to work with Microsoft Office (and presumably has nothing to do with OpenOffice Writer). See http://www.officewriter.com/officewriter-for-sql-server-reporting-services.aspx . Brian Barker

Re: Error on your web site

2017-03-29 Thread Brian Barker
s existing documentation, the act of writing it is sufficiently implied to forego having to use the word "write." (Er, you mean "forgo", of course; "forego" means to precede.) Brian Barker - To unsubscribe, e-mail: dev-unsubscr...@openoffice.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: dev-h...@openoffice.apache.org

Re: Fwd: no access

2016-12-20 Thread Brian Barker
nk is to http://templates.openoffice.org/en/template/cd-jewel-case-front-insert-template-2 , which delivers "Access denied / You are not authorized to access this page." Brian Barker - To unsubscribe, e-mail: dev-unsu

Re: Hash values of downloaded files

2016-11-26 Thread Brian Barker
At 22:44 24/11/2016 +0100, Marcus Noname wrote: Am 11/24/2016 10:25 PM, schrieb Brian Barker: I've been hearing from a intending user of OpenOffice who was repeatedly finding the hashes on his downloads did not match. He (I think he was a "he") had repeatedly downloaded form differen