On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 5:04 PM, Charles Marcus <CMarcus@media-brokers.com>wrote:
On 2010-11-05 10:59 AM, Michel Gagnon wrote:
As for becoming useful on the phone, I think the cell-phone platform
limits a lot the editing functions available. One possibility would be
to have a no-frills word processor that would remember all image and
style information, yet allow the cell-phone user to write the text as is.
This imo has the best chance of ever making it...
1. Create a simple viewer
2. Allow basic *content* editing, that perfectly preserves all else.
Still a huge job, but not so much as simply converting LibO to run on
Per mailing list etiquette, it's better to start a new thread to discuss
This thread is about what needs to be done to get native Win64 LibO,
and how to find developers to join the effort.
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