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From Marcus <>
Subject Re: java seems to need a variable name and value
Date Sun, 18 Jan 2015 16:58:16 GMT
Am 01/18/2015 05:35 PM, schrieb YoheY - OpenOffice:
> I checked lt, hu and en sites, and they are fine with "sel-language" and
> "sel-version".
> /Although did not change anything /os, language, version/ in the
> dropdown list, just tested with the automatically set values./

OK, then the single apostroph seems to be the point (boxed_downloadjs, 
line 30).

> But another issue occured, while I was switching to English (en) in the
> language selection list in the upper right corner. I did not experienced
> it before, because I used Hungarian Firefox with hu accepted language
> string. But as I updated Firefox, it somehow became English with
> en-US,en;q=0.5 accepted language string. And as I choose English (en),
> AOO notices that 'This site is also available in English (en-US). Just
> click this text to get redirected.'

What do you mean with "language string"? I've tried to reproduce the 404 
page but I don't see anything problematic. All language changes are correct.

Please tell how I can reproduce this.

> And when I click the 'notice-link', I'll be directed to
> which probably does not exist - or at
> least I did not find any en-US subdir in svn trunk/content/ - , so I got
> a nice 404 message.

I don't see a "notice-link". Either not on the hu page nor en-US.

> May I suppose, that all visitors with en-US string will end up here or
> it only works for me like this?


> On 2015-01-18 17:06, Marcus wrote:
>> Am 01/18/2015 08:54 AM, schrieb YoheY - OpenOffice:
>>> Best wishes and happy new year for everyone!
>>> I've just noticed a syntax error in download page. I did not track it
>>> down yet, but seems to be generated the same way in lt, hu and en
>>> version.
>>> <select class="sel-os" id="os" name="os" '=""
>>> onchange="DL.getLinkSelection()" title="Select your favorite operating
>>> system">
>> it seems the
>> '=""
>> part is some orphan code. I don't see any error messages in the error
>> console in Firefox. So, maybe not a really severe issue.
>> Can you tell us about the other both sections for "sel-language" and
>> "sel-version"? Is there also some code that doesn't fit?

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