Le 2012-05-18 22:52, John Hardy a écrit :
It does just take time but it's not a que. It just depends on it
catching the eye of the devs. It might be worth askingt he devs list
what they think.
Apols and regards
Where might I find the devs list (and how to subscribe)? Thanks very much.
Before doing this, is there anyway to upgrade to the latest version of
LibreOffice? I think the answer you will get on the dev list will be to
upgrade to the latest supported version.
This will also allow us to test your bug report, confirm whether is
happens on the latest version.
As far as the length of time goes, the triage of bugs does take time
depending on the severity of bugs submitted. Also, most of the devs are
volunteers and it does take some time for someone to either be assigned
to it or for someone to pick it up.
The more people test it with descriptive results the quicker and easier
it will be to fix or at the very least find a temporary workaround.
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