Am 31.05.2012 04:57, chimak111 wrote:
Apropos the announcement and referring to "[i]with up to 100% performance
gains when opening large files (depending on operating system, hardware
configuration and file contents)[/i]" in particular, it would be nice if
LibreOffice had a set of "large files" that users could download and check
for themselves before and after installing 3.5.4 so that one variable, file
content, would be out of the way.
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Since this is the type of news that comes from Italo Vignoli I don't
give a shit. He has really no clue.
Interested spreadsheet users can generate huge data sheets within seconds.
With my own files I notice a *small* difference in speed between AOO and
LibO3.3 on one side and LibO 3.5 on the other side.
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