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Carlo Strata píše v Út 20. 12. 2011 v 20:59 +0100:
On 19/12/2011 13:02, Carlo Strata wrote:
Il 19/12/2011 10:00, Andras Timar ha scritto:
2011/12/19 Petr Mladek<>:
Carlo Strata píše v So 17. 12. 2011 v 18:16 +0100:
I have installed LibreOffice 3.4.5 RC1 on two Windows XP (win32 build)
PCs and in one more Linux notebook with Linux x86-64 rpm
LibreOffice build.

Now, I'm doing some more tests: in the last Windows XP, Pro (!), 32
bit, SP3, updated, Ita GUIed, in which there was an old
2.4.0 installation (which, of course, I uninstall before installing LO
3.4.5 RC1), all goes well and the first run after LibreOffice
installation make LibreOffice itself appear. My previous Windows XP
installation were in Home version with already installed LibreOffice
3.3.2 (which, of course, I uninstall too before installing LO 3.4.5 RC1).

This last case, compared and integrated with previous ones, seems to
be somewhat interesting so I'll surely describe it in the incoming new

Bug filed:

Thanks for the bug report. I have added some of our Windows gurues into

Have I to add it to "3.4 most annoying ones"?

It is strange that it happens only on the one system. I wonder how
common the problem is and how many users are affected. I would put it
into most annoying bugs if we have more people complaining.

Best Regards,

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