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Il 12/03/2011 10:19, Andreas Mantke ha scritto:
Hi all,

I get an crash with LibreOffice 3.3.2rc1in the modul Impress if I create in my
presentation a new slide (layout title and field with a listing. I change to the
outline view and copy the outline from another presentation (beginning with the
listing and ending with the title and the listing of a second slide) into the listing
of my current presentation. Impress crashed short after this action.

I explored the situation a bit and tried again with a title in the new slide (of my
current presentation) and every thing works. In my opinion the crash is caused from
the missing title of the new slide.

My environment: openSuSE 11.3-x64, KDE 4.4.4, LibreOffice 3.3.2-x64-rc1.


Hi Andreas,

I suppose your LibreOffice is the vanilla one (that one, in the linux, x86-64, rpm version, you could download fron

Have you tried to uninstall it and install directly from the OpenSuSE Build Service that has released just yesterday:

You can, with "root" rights:

- copy from the "11.3" directory the .repo file in your


- activate the repo autoupdate:

-- with yast repo management or

-- this command sequence
--- zypper lr
--- <take the LibreOffice repo number/index (said "lorn")>
--- zypper mr -r "lorn" r

- install LibreOffice, explicitly adding your language (german I suppose) support too, with:
-- yast or
-- <command line>:
--- zypper in libreoffice
--- SuSEconfig

Test again your behavior, your trouble, your problem and post here again.

Have a nice day,


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