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Hi Wim,

I created an Issue at Freedomsponsors for this:

There you can offer some money for the person who implements this. You pay only, when it's completed. If you can afford, you can of course contract a developer or a company offering development services around LibreOffice. Then you might write to the Development Mailing list.


Am 03.03.2013 13:59, schrieb Wim Schwerdtner:
Dear Design Team of LibreOffice!

I am not sure, whether this is the right contact to post my suggestion,
but probably you can forward it, if needed.

LibreOffice/OpenOffice I use now for about ten year in academia
environment and I really appreciate the achievements you have reached so
But there is one missing feature I really get upset about for these many
years: the missing ability to print comments next to the text (and not
at the end of the document). It is such a critical and central feature
you need urgently in every collaborative situation. Here is the fitting
bug report page I found: . I really wonder,
that the developers of LO concentrate on many minor issues like bullet
points in the note section, but neglect the central ones that are
neccessary to use LO at all. (Now I always have to open my Writer
documents in Word to be able to print the comments. So, everyone else
would stick to Word in such a situation.)

Please help!!!

With best regards,
Wim Schwerdtner

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