I lied - this is really the last comment:
Of the half dozen versions of LibreOffice I pulled off the MS Store
this was the only one that showed up as 32bit - 64bit for all others
evern the CIB branded binary.
Sorry for the triple post
On Tue, Mar 16, 2021 at 4:28 PM Drew Jensen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Sorry, but one more comment:
On the MS Store listing it would be good to actually show how long the
buyer will receive updates.
I have in my notes that it is 18 mos, but that came IIRC from the ML
and nowhere on the store listing is that spelled out, at least not
that I can find.
On Tue, Mar 16, 2021 at 3:29 PM Drew Jensen <email@example.com> wrote:
I paid for LibreOffice Vanilla from the MS Store last July and I now
have a few comments and a question.
I see reference in the application to making a donation to TDF.
Why would I do that (donate) after I already purchased a license?
(I also purchased LO powered by CIB and Collabora Office and neither
include these references to making a donation to TDF; why would LOV be
different? Because it cost $5 less?)
It would be nice if somewhere, either at the MS Store listing or in
the application, if there was an actual link to a contact at the
publisher, ie CIB.
Question; Last week TDF put out a statement that LibreOffice 7.0 is
now considered the proper release for all users. Can I assume that my
copy of LibreOffice Vanilla 6.4 will be upgraded to 7.0 shortly?
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