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Hi everyone,

I've switched to digest mode and, so far, it is just what I need.  I
started a thread earlier about an anomaly in Libreoffice 3.5.1.  I have
not seen any response to it neither have I spotted the initial mail in
any digest I have received so far.  I'll repeat again:

1. Libreoffice is trying to recover files that do not exist.  This
happens at every start-up.  The files in question are not corrupt.  They
were deleted and are no longer needed.  I'd like to stop this behaviour.
Any clues?  I suspect Libreoffice maintains a list/record of recently
failed loading attempts and continues to try entries on that list at
each start-up ... if this is true, where does LibO maintain such?

2. I have just downloaded 3.5.2.  I did notice something strange on a
page linked from the download page (release notes under 'Handy
Resources').  The release info has the following statement: "This is
the third release from the 3.5 branch of Libreoffice.
It contains many exciting new features, and is the recommended version
for private users and small enterprises."  This is not informative!
What changed between 3.5.1 and 3.5.2?  The idea of release notes is to
inform users of changes ... or perhaps that is reserved for main
releases in the order 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 ...etc.  If so, there should be a
change-log or report somewhere.  We cant keep downloading things without
knowing what to expect.


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