The Novell web team appreciates your input and feedback about the way we let people choose their language and country on Novell.com. We have modified our approach to country/language selection and would love to know how it works for you as a Novell.com user.

Check out the PDF that shows how this feature would work (just a design comp, not a working file).

Then post a comment about what you think.

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  • pli says:

    1) Well I still get the old one when I press Change. :-(

    2) The pdf showing the new functionality is huge, takes ages to download and to scroll through

    3) You still loose content if you select another language that English. On this page: http://www.novell.com/news/press/room/ the Novell News Blog on the right disappears with language set to something else than English. (Tried two languages)

By: ssalgy
Aug 10, 2010
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