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On 12-01-11 03:53 AM, Onyeibo Oku wrote:
I've been seeing libO 3.5 on this list and I'm now curious. What is in
this 3.5 that should make me peep? What changed and what does the user
stand to benefit from the changes?
I like bleeding edge, there's got to be a good excuse to dive in first.
Can someone enlighten me? I use 3.4.4 at the moment.
from email@example.com :)
Visio import alone seems like a huge addition.
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