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Hi :)

Sadly some dialogues do appear to be different/missing in certain DEs.  We have only noticed the 1 
example so far afaik but where there is one there may be others.  

Happily, now is a great time to post bug-reports or add comments to old reports to confirm where 
things are still not quite right in your opinion.  Sometimes old bug-reports from OOo need to be 
re-posted against LO because so much divergence has already happened that it would be good to know 
what issues people still want fixed.  A LOT of old problems are getting fixed and sometimes not 
even by focussing on the individual bug-reports because code-clean-up is likely to have fixed a 
whole bunch of issues (and perhaps created a few new ones that need to be cleared-up quickly).  
Sometimes it might just be your opinion and people decided to go the other way but often such 
decisions are up for discussion and possibly changing.  This is a great time to get involved with 
just bug-reporting but stepping it up to doing triaging and anything more just helps you get even 
more out of the project :)

Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Tue, 24/1/12, John Jason Jordan <> wrote:

From: John Jason Jordan <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Printer always selects "PDF" instead of Postscript
Date: Tuesday, 24 January, 2012, 19:28The appearance of the

<snip />

dialog boxes might be different (size, color, borders, etc.), but the
options should always be the same, right?

As an unrelated issue ... 

<snip />

...  annoying behavior has persisted through my travels
through OpenSuse, Debian, Fedora, and KDE, Gnome, and now Xfce, and
continues after moving from OOo to Libreoffice. 

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