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On 6/4/12 8:25 AM, Pertti Rönnberg wrote:
Dear you LibO folks,
I have now wasted a lot of time reading some 30 mails in this thread -
it was of no use because most of them did not
handle neither give an answer to the original very relevant question:
      "Is 3.5.4 ready for business users?"

So, what is the conclusion - if there is any?

I don't know if you saw my reply to the question, but in my opinion it is not. And like you, I Iisted why I feel this way.


Perhaps that 'business ready version' of LibO could be the one for me too.
If there is no such a reliable version (not for business nor for home)
then stop developing for a while and make one:  better to have a
perfectly well working program with less features than one with plenty
of fantastic features that does not work and that produces problems
already when being installed!

*Exactly!* What ever features that are offered need to work, period!! Long before new features are offered.

Please, start with fixing Base!

It appears there's been a base problem for a long time.

I don't know which OS you are using, but if you don't wish to use MSO, and need something that works better for you than LO currently does, you might try the demo versions of Papyrus, a low cost office product available for Windows and Mac. I've not tried the product as it exists today, but many years ago I used it on my Atari computers and loved it. At that time it was just a word processing program.



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