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Am 31.10.2010 11:40, schrieb Gianluca Turconi:

my question is rather simple: will LibO use in the future versions (post 3.3) a ODF strict format or an extended one?

We are going to do the same as OOo did. Default would be ODF 1.2 extendend (to allow e.g. comments in Impress, additional slide transitions, more border styles ...) but ODF 1.2 (strict) by be enabled in the Options dialogue. Extendend features will the either be not available or converted to match de strict standard.

At the same time people here will work with ODF to make those extended features part of the next ODF standard (an befor this can happen, you need an implementation of the new features anyway ;) ).



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