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Hi Peter, *,

Petr Mladek schrieb:
Hello Heinz,

On Thu, 2011-11-03 at 08:20 +0100, Heinz W. Simoneit wrote:
drew schrieb:
On Wed, 2011-11-02 at 17:24 +0100, Heinz W. Simoneit wrote:
tried basics in  (de-)
- writer
- calc
- base  (MySQL-DB)
without any probs.

One minor  flaw in base:
When opening a table by double-click  it doesn't stay opened  --  you
have to right-click and "open".
Running Ubuntu 10.10 (AMD64), Gnome - no problem opening a table with
dbl-click? (only checked for embedded DB and SQLite w/ODBC)
running Debian testing (AMD64), KDE 4.6.5, MySQL Connector.
When dbl-clicking table opens and closes at once.
Right-click and "open" works fine.
Great catch!

I wonder if it is something new in 3.4.4 or if it was already in 3.4.3
or other earlier releases.

didn'thave this issue in 3.4.3  --  but in earlier releases.

Also, I wonder if it happens only with the MySQL connector (3rd party
exstension?) or if you see it also with other database drivers.

I'm using MySQL connector "eternally". Tried ODBC with early OOo without great success...
MySQL connector now: 1.0.1

Anyway, please, report it into bugzilla.

Will do it later on.
Thanks for testing and feedback.

Welcome! :-)


Have a nice time!

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