Le 2010-11-02 14:17, Peter Rodwell a écrit :
We would need an example of an incompatible file for us to see and
examine. Could you provide us with an example?
I can't supply any of the files since they are the property of my
clients and I'm bound by some very strict non-disclosure agreements
(they have the right to tear my balls off and sell my wife into slavery,
or wording to that effect). If I can find time I'll try and duplicate
it, but I'm really busy right now. It was nothing major, something
involving graphics within tables, if I remember rightly.
Thanks for the reply and offer to send in a file when you have time. It
would be nice just to have a look at it, even if the import is unfixable
at this time.
Maybe someone could chime in on this one? If not, could you, Pete,
please check to see if the latest LibO Beta2 still
has this problem. If so, maybe we could have a dev look into it for a
fix or at least move it up a bit on their list of
bugs for repairs.
I'm reluctant to download the beta since the Web site says it will
overwrite my existing Oo and I don't have an available spare machine at
the moment. I'll see if I can free up one and try it.
I am not sure if this is still the case. Maybe someone else can comment
on this? I thought it was fixed in Beta2.
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