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Am 03.05.2012 14:34, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Crashes often seem to be due to a wrong version of java but i can't imagine java being called for 
that sort of thing.  Mac users especially should make sure they have the ultra-latest version.  It 
is possible for most people to get the pre-release version of java 1.7u4 but i think it's tricky 
for Mac users.  Pre-release means less malware but not necessarily completely malware free in java 
these days.

Please, end your private war on Java! Java has nothing to do with that. Everybody can disabling Java in the office options. The problem remain the same.

1.  Java is a bit of a nightmare and best avoided if possible and it mostly is avoidable in LO.
Tools - Options - Java
and then uncheck the box to make sure LO doesn't use java.  If it does need it for soemthing you 
are doing (perhaps an Extension/Add-on or maybe a wizard or Base might need it) then it generally 
just grumbles and lets you install or re-tick the box in order to carry on.  I don't think people 
have lost any data but it might be best to back-up files (perhaps just do a quick copy of the file) 
until you feel comfortable.

Avoiding Java in this office suite never solved any problem so far.
You never give any evidence that the problem is actually related to Java. You never give any evidence at all.

Stop spamming your personal opinions on each and every technical issue.

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