First thanks for posting you experiences.
Epaminondas Diamantopoulos wrote (06-02-11 08:28)
1. At Win XP (SP3) after uninstalling OOo and installed LO the
application was not considered as default choice fot
OpenDocumentType files (OOo does it when installed) and I had to
define one by one the necessary correspondences (ods to Calc etc).
Further for some files it was never possible to open them with LO
since 4-5 MessageBox appeared of the type "Not possible to find
file<D:\something...>". Further, that files seems to be permanently
corrupted since it is not possible to open using OOo now.
The area of file associations on Windows is being worked on, if I
2. It crashes in a regular way when writing documents with math
formulas (for example at the document of attached pic, it crashed
many times). The interesting fact is that no inormation loss happened
all the times which probably means that there is a bug in the
automatic file save which happens every some minutes.
Attachments are not posted to the list.
But maybe it would be OK for you to write a bug report, where you can
also attach the file?
Information can be found here
and here http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport
With a bug report others can have a look and devs can find the issue and
(You might also - if you can handle the querying - look in BugTracker if
there is info about file-association and progress on that area.)
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