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Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Yes it's a bit annoying that the only version on the main downloads page was the 3.5.0 when it was 
obviously going to be problematic.  Now that the 3.5.1 has been released it should be less of a 

People choose the latest one because that's what we give them, unless they dig around to find the more obscure options buried on back-pages. Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Sat, 17/3/12, e-letter<>  wrote:

From: e-letter<>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] LO 3.5.1
Date: Saturday, 17 March, 2012, 15:49

On 17/03/2012, Sharon Kimble<>  wrote:
I see that LO 3.5.1 is out now. Can anyone confirm please if these
showstoppers have been fixed?
[a] autospellcheck not working, and
[b] lack of recent history files.

Have you looked at bugzilla?

I am reluctant to upgrade until I know that these showstoppers have been

Why do people always wish to be using the latest version of a software product?

Have recently read a very interesting thread about regression bugs and
(in my opinion) flawed software release strategy:
Novice mailing list users, note the consistent posting style!

I just simply think and expect latest versions have solved problems from previous releases.
However it is obvious that this is not true at all.

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