I'm using Calc to manage documents from job where each row correspond to a
document and has information like dates, values, names, etc., and one
historic description that some times takes very long. I made a test
inserting historic as annotation and the result looks very good, except the
slow down/freezing aspect that do not occurs in MS Office 2010.
Actually I inserted the historic as normal string, that is a little
difficult to search as I need to press F2 in the selected cell (after using
normal search) to see what is written. By the way, that multiline inputbar
implemented in LO3.5beta would solve this problem but I cannot use beta
version at work (however I don't know why we still using LO3.3 there). :-/
Alex Mitsio Sato
On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 8:36 PM, Cor Nouws <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Cor Nouws wrote (19-01-12 23:19)
I think some of the devs will be very happy with your trial / posts.
I had a short chat with Markus.
It's not exactly something they currently work on. On the other hand, they
have a recent very positive experience with someone who helped to get great
performance improvement in another area:
You may get the hint: i you are in need for 18000 annotations and are
using macros for creating things like that, it might be a possible step...
How does that sound ? Maybe it looks way to complicated. But reading the
blog, I know that there was great support for Laurent too.
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