On 1/2/11 11:07 PM, Jason Corfman wrote:
Why do we have so many people complaining about LO writing in the .docx
format but nobody (that I've seen) is complaining about the .doc format?
Both are Microsoft formats, but the docx format is a lot closer to being an
open standard. (Notice, I said it was closer, not that it was, an open
standard). At least the docx format has some released specifications (as
inaccurate as they may be), the last I checked, .doc doesn't even have that.
Because common sense is definitely not common.
Personally, I'd like to see LibreOffice read and write as many file formats
as possible, but that is just me.
No, it's me as well and many others who use common sense.
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