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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Tip-of-the-day string is not consistent with LO 6.4.0.1 GUI


Not specifically, I've just seen it being discussed on Telegram. Haven't looked into the details yet. What I wanted to say is that the issue is not present on all systems.

On 30.12.19 14:02, Michael Wolf wrote:
> Heiko Tietze schrieb:
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>> This has been reported in the design group and IIRC it was a
>> question of macOS. Don't remember if the ticket was done on
>> bugzilla to fix the issue. But basically it should work like this.
>>
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> Hi Heiko,
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> thanks. Do you mean this bug report?
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> https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=107366
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> It's more than 2 years old. BTW, I use Win 10, 64 bit.
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> Michael
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