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Thanks much Tom for the help.

But after watching the movie a bit longer with the doctored subtitles, it
turns out that they're wrong again somewhat later, so I'll have to use an
application that shows both the movie and the subtitles to make editing
easier. Someone recommended
Subtitle Workshop , which shows a blank screen on my XP host but works OK on
a Windows7 test host.

So it turns out LO wasn't the right tool for this, so I'll close this

Thank you.

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