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From YoheY - OpenOffice <>
Subject Re: java seems to need a variable name and value
Date Sun, 18 Jan 2015 18:46:43 GMT
Update for step 3 with another issue which dates back to my joining to 
the project in August 2014.:

3. Choose any language but English since we need the onChange action.

3. Choose any language but English which has the new structure according 
to xx package since we need the onChange action.
All other subsite which does not have the new structure falls back to 
English in the language selector, which means we cannot depend onChange 
action in the 4th step to test the previously mentioned issue.


On 2015-01-18 17:58, Marcus wrote:
> 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?
> Marcus
>> 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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