On 02/03/2012, Roger Sawkins <email@example.com> wrote:
Well, having had your little spat I see we have got back to suggestions as
what I might do about my problem.
What you choose to call a "spat" reveals your ignorance of the
historical context of gnu/linux and consequent inability to comprehend
the connection with your "problem".
Bear in mind I am new to this game. There is a suggestion of reporting a
"bug". I realise there is a link for that, but what is the best way? Should
There is no shame in being "new": everyone starts ignorant; it is now
up to you to acquire the necessary knowledge to understand the fallacy
of your "problem".
I include a sample of a Ppt conversion (and vice versa) with examples of the
problems, or just list them.
The former, not via a mailing list!
Your original post does not explain nor justify why LO should be used
to create m$ formats.
As indicated by previous reply, if "consistent conversion" is so
important to you and similar m$ fans, have you contacted m$ and asked
an equivalent question: "I want to be able to edit and save odf
presentations ((f)odp) in m$o and LO, but formatting is lost. Please
improve m$o. By the way, how do I submit a bug report to m$???"?
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