Am 02.06.2012 21:18, Jude DaShiell wrote:
No. Not ready for Government academic or business users. What's worse,
the accessibility problems "inferior jre" with windows registry patch
merged didn't start in libreoffice at all. Those same problems exist in
openoffice 3.45 which I think is its current version. Something or
somethings were broken before the import or copy over of code from
openoffice to libreoffice. The accessibility problems put libreoffice
in a Section 508 violation situation.
Government, academic or business users all have administrators who can
find their way to roll out a productive version of some office suite
plus some with MS Office work station.
There is nothing wrong with version 3.3.4 or even OOo 3.3. Both are rock
stable and produce perfectly valid ODF.
Unfortunately, the project has far too many fan boys, consumers and
complainers but there are not enough determined contributors and
testers. I have no idea which problem you are writing about. Without
issue number the problem does not exist.
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