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On 11-02-11 11:15, Stefano Fraccaro wrote:
Hi Luuk,
    ok but this different behaviour is "by design" or is a bug? If
it's "by design", this behaviour is correctly documented? I don't
remember anything about this...

Il 11/02/2011 11.02, Luuk ha scritto:

When reading previous message Excel does behave in a different way than
Calc does.


It was my conclusion from what you wrote here:

   * user A with Excel 2000
   * user B with LibreOffice 3.3 / OpenOffice 3.2

Step to reproduce:

   * user A open, modify,save and close "example.xml" file with Excel 2000
   * user B open "example.xml" with LibreOffice 3.3
   * user A open "example.xml" and Excel tell the user that file is
     opened by user A (expected: user B)
   * user A open "example.xml" with LibreOffice and the program tell
     the user that file is opened by user B (as expected)

Tom reacted by saying: "This seems to be normal behaviour"
But  clearly the last 2 '*' points in your mail should behave in a
similar way, at least to the user.
It they dont do that, this sounds like a bug, at least to me.

But i see you already filed a bug for this

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