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[tdf-discuss] Re: Returning to OpenOffice

Actually, I downloaded the LATEST Mac versions of both OpenOffice and
LibreOffice (the "still" version). There was no improvement at all in the
latest LibreOffice, at least for the important file that brought this to a
head for me.

I can't find the bug reports related to copying a short phrase into the find
field, but I was getting emails about my bug report for months. And yet,
the latest version of LibreOffice still has that bug. There seemed to be
disagreement among your coders as to whether it's a bug. But from a user's
viewpoint - if something doesn't work as one would expect, or if it's less
efficient than it could be - then it's a bug.

Another nice thing to have would be a much more intutive way to protect cell
content. The current method is simply unusable.

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[tdf-discuss] Returning to OpenOfficeIvan Stephen <istephen@vaxxine.com>
Re: [tdf-discuss] Returning to OpenOfficeCor Nouws <oolst@nouenoff.nl>
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