I love the improvements of 3.4 - if nothing else it loads so much faster and
works better (with Ubuntu 11.04). I also enjoy the benefits of repositories.
There's a ppa for libreOffice but this still has 3.3.2 files in it.
I can install from debs, I know, but the question is - when will the ppa
Great work, I've stopped looking around for an alternative to OpenOffice and
look forward instead to the developments in this project.
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