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Maybe someone on this list know of a "great" netbook/tablet system OS that does not have this issue.

As I said, I never had one of those convertible or seen one that was not Android.

On 10/03/2012 12:42 PM, Eduardo Santos Anton Sama wrote:
The same problem occurs in Ubuntu running on the same hardware.

2012/10/3 webmaster-Kracked_P_P <>

Never heard of MeeGo.
Any reason you could not use a more "main stream" Linux OS that might not
have the issue?

I do not have a Netbook/tablet combo, so I do not know which OS would be
best.  My only tablet is an Android.  I find that a tablet is no good for
any "real" typing work because of the size/type of keyboard it uses.  So I
stick with my desktop or laptops.  I do not know how people would do all
their school work with only a tablet, even if it is a 10" Apple version.  I
also need my 19 or 23 inch monitor to get my work done "easily" on my

On 10/03/2012 09:58 AM, Tom Davies wrote:

Hi :)
Even if you are a dev it's still good to have a report to work from (i
guess, tbh i don't really know but i likel being able to tick things off
when i've completed something).

If you have no experience writing for LO and would like to start then it
might be best to start with a couple of "Easy Hacks" and see what kind of
response you get.  I think there is some sort of Mentoring thing going on
that might help you expand your skills sideways into LO-land more easily.
  Another route mgiht be to write a small Extension and see how that goes.
  Diving straight in might be tempting but might not end up being faster at
Regards from
Tom :)

From: Eduardo Santos Anton Sama <>
To: Tom Davies <>
Cc: "" <>
Sent: Wednesday, 3 October 2012, 13:41
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] GUI error in tablet mode

Hi Tom,

ok, I am going to report a bug.

In fact I can try fix this by myself, I am developer. But I have no idea
to start and I don't know if it's appropriate to post a question like
developer list :-)

Report a bug is a good start point, thank for your answer.


2012/10/3 Tom Davies <>

  Hi :)
Sorry no-one has replied to you so far!  It sounds like a bug.  So, it
would be great is you could post a bug-report about it.  Hopefully this
link will help

They probably wont be able to fix it quickly and it may well take
months before you see a result but it's better to post now or as soon as
possible otherwise it may take even longer before it even gets noticed
again let alone fixed
Regards from
Tom :)

*From:* Eduardo Santos Anton Sama <>
*Sent:* Tuesday, 2 October 2012, 16:55
*Subject:* [libreoffice-users] GUI error in tablet mode

Hi all,

I am running LibreOffice in a convertible netbook which has a
screen with resolution 1024x600. Everything works fine in netbook mode:**libreoffice/libreoffice_**normal.png<>

When I convert to tablet mode and rotate to portrait orientation, the
button is shown upon help menu:**libreoffice/libreoffice_error.**png<>

If I quit the program in this state and open it again, the problem still
happens, in any mode or orientation:**libreoffice/libreoffice_after_**error.png<>

My OS is MeeGo 1.2. I tried to use the current LibO release: same
Anyone knows how can I fix this?

Thank you

Eduardo S. A. Sama'an
Systems Analyst

International Syst S/A
Open-source Applications Team
Phone: +55 (31)3503-9019

Linux User #385698

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