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Any idea when we can expect to see 3.1 made portable?
I do not know, how long it lasts to make an application like OO.o available as portable, a short in info would help.
however, it might be a good idea to leave out to build the ooo-portable 3.1 and wait until a more reliable 3.1.1 is available, which is sadly expected to in two month only.
But may be it is possible to have a ooo-developer-build as portable available for testing? Any version is welcome, that's why I asked in the first sentence.
Paid for Software more or less?
What You need is OSS!
In case your interested, OOo 3.1.0 is available at
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and yes it's an other website for portable application.
I haven't tested there version of OOo 3.1.0. But you can give it a try. They also have a package available to run it without there menu software.
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Ok, I didn't know about that. Thanks for the info.
And sorry for the problem. I feel so bad about it.
... it is not Your fault.
The problem is that some persons/sites don't understand / respect what the real meaning of open source software is.
Its not: Here is a great software for You for free, do what You want with it.
Especially if You use coyrighted stuff in OpenSource You need the permission of the author / copyright holder. And last but not least if You use the work of others You have to credit it.
BTW: The version You've found is much bigger than the comming OpenOffice.org Portable version. And it will mess up You with error messages if You'll use it without their suite ...
next time I will look there for my own