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Hi Jonathan

I'm not sure it can be done quickly without a lot of memory. Then I'm not a
programmer so we should ask one. Else, I think there is the problem of
"where is my file".  For me, your solution is great but as an optional
search, I think people want to know, and organize their files, so they need
either an easy way to do this, or a complete file explorer.


2012/4/3 Jonathan Aquilina <>

After the discussions yesterday and looking at some already existing apps,
I think i have developed a plan to move forward with  being able to read
and just open documents for starters.

I was thinking instead of providing the user with the whole Directory
tree, what do you guys think of giving a file explorer, but that would
search the system and just display all documents and file formats that can
be opened by LO?

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