[Libreoffice-qa] LO 126.96.36.199 opens OLH in browser instead of its own OLH
gautier.sophie at gmail.com
Fri Jan 10 09:52:50 PST 2014
Hi Thomas, all,
Le 10/01/2014 18:38, Thomas Hackert a écrit :
> Hello Pedro, *,
> On Freitag, 10. Januar 2014 13:20 Pedro wrote:
>> Thomas Hackert wrote
>>> after I downloaded (and parallely installed) LO Version: 188.8.131.52
>>> Build-ID: cd65d6220c5694ee7012d7863bcde3455c9e3c30 and the
>>> Germanophone lang- as well as helppack, I discovered, that bug
>>> 72022 (https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=72022) is
>>> reproducible again ... :( This was fixed for RC1, but for
>>> whatever reason reappears ... :( Can someone with an other
>>> OS/architecture/language try to confirm this, please?
>> Works as expected under Windows XP using the Portuguese UI.
>> Offline Help in Portuguese opens as expected.
> O.K. I have tested in a Virtual Machine (VM ... ;) ) with a 32bit
> version of Debian Testing, and it also opens Konqueror there ... :(
It works also as expected on my Ubuntu machine with FR pack, I'll test
on Debian tomorrow.
>> One small request (applies to all QA people): please don't assume
>> acronyms and abbreviations are obvious. OLH and BSA are *not*
>> common or obvious acronyms.
> Since when? I have read OLH that often here and in Bugzilla, that I
> have used this abbreviation most of the time ... ;) As we are here
> on the QA list, I think, that most of us know, what these
> abbreviations mean ... ;)
>> In this particular case OLH could be On Line Help or Off Line
> https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/OOo_OnlineHelp, and other hits in
> the search engine of my least distrust reveals more hits with regard
> to "OnLine Help" (this is, what I could remember, too) instead of
> "OffLine Help". Since when do we call it "OffLine Help"? Did I miss
No you didn't miss anything, but sometimes we may write too short for
people not used to :) I was often using HC2 for Help Content 2 as it was
in the OOo times, and realized that nobody understood me ;)
You are right now we use OLH for OnLine Help which is the one
distributed along the product, and wikihelp for the help on the wiki.
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