My questions and comments concern both LibreOffice Portable Still and LibreOffice Portable Fresh.
For both Still and Fresh the full version number of LibreOffice is not shown in the download pages. Things would be improved if the full version number were stated. Specifically, if the user intends to install the Offline Help Pack then currently the user needs to do the following:
(1) Download and install Still or Fresh.
(2) Launch Still or Fresh and then get the full version number from there.
(3) Now that the user knows the full version number -- go and get the corresponding Offline Help Pack and install that.
This is actually quite a lot of work that would be considerably simplified if the full version number was displayed at the Portable Apps download page for Still and Fresh. It would also be of help for users that like to manually download and install updates themselves. As things stand, in some circumstances, there might be no way of knowing if the download offered is actually an update or not. For example, suppose the current download stated at the download page is "6.1.5" (which is an incomplete version number, this might actually be for "184.108.40.206") and then the offered version changes to "220.127.116.11" (which Portable Apps will state as being "6.1.5" (again) even though the version has actually changed). As you can see there is a difficulty here for users being able to determine if Still or Fresh have actually been updated or not.
(B) At the download page for Fresh and Still no statement is made on the 'bit-ness' of the downloads available. This would be good information to include in the download webpages. Again this would help folks that intend to install the Offline Help Pack. As things stand the only way I could find the bit-ness of the installed LibreOffice was to launch Windows Task Manager, get the information from in there and then go get the appropriate Help Pack.
(C) For LibreOffice Still the download file and the default location to install too don't match the information given at the download page. Confusing in the following ways:
(1) The download page states that the application on offer is "LibreOffice Still".
(2) The user downloads the file and finds that what they get is a file named in the fashion "LibreOfficePortablePrevious_6.1.5_MultilingualStandard.paf.exe" (again I would note lack of a full version number for the version of LibreOffice that will be installed).
(3) This seeming replacement strikes me as odd (and slight confusing). Why isn't the file more sensibly titled "LibreOfficePortableStill_6.1.5_MultilingualStandard.paf.exe"? Why switch from "Still" to "Previous"?
(4) The user then launches the installer and the offered default install location is of the fashion "W:\LibreOfficePortablePrevious". Again, "Still" is replaced by "Previous". Okay, it is easy for users to adjust this themselves, but it just strikes me as odd and unnecessary. I think it would be simpler and more consistent just sticking with the "Still" label for the downloaded file and for the default install location.