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Hi :)
I really don't mind if people disagree with me or even if it's not that strong, just a possible 
uncertainty about something i said.  The important thing imo is to get enough good answers out 
there that the op can pick and choose or get inspired by one or more in order to solve the problem 
and move on.  The important bit is getting questions solved.  

Blind obediance is what got us into this mess with MS, Adobe, Oracle and the rest in the first 
place.  It's passionately disagreeing with each other that helps us develop good choices.  

"Diversity breeds serendipity"!  If we were all the same it would be really boring!  :)

Regards from
Tom :)  

From: Dr. R. O Stapf <>
To: anne-ology <> 
Sent: Monday, 15 October 2012, 3:00
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibreOffice in MacWorld Australia

I did not want to express it that explicitly.... what you wrote is
    perfectly right.I am often wondering why some members of this forum complain so much
    about LO instead of exchanging information in
    non-inflicting-feelings-of-others words, which help other users to
    solve their problems and/or help to move LO's development forward.On 15.10.2012 07:48, 
anne-ology wrote:
MSFT does not list their bugs; they deny them;-(On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 10:28 PM, Dr. R.
        O Stapfreinhold@stapf-online.comwrote:I have my
          still my doubts on graphics, but all the other remarks of Tom
          I fully agree.By the way is there a list of MSO bugs we can have a look at?
          I doubt!On 14.10.2012 10:39, anne-ology wrote:same here.On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 8:27 PM, 
Tom :)I prefer LO on Windows even though i have a choice of
                  MSO 2007 and 2010 onthe same machine.All 3 installed but LO handles
                  graphics better.Plus itdoesn't keep changing styles, languages, indentations,
                  size ofbullet-points and it keeps track of numbers better in
                  numbered lists.Alsobetter compatibility.Each version of MSO stuffs up
                  documents created bythe other.If i write in LO then save as doc then
                  both versions of MSOdisplay the file the same way.I find the menus
                  easier although somethings are just as easy on both.Regards fromTom :)From: 
Andreas Sgervilleroy@t-online.deTo:users@global.libreoffice.orgSent: Thursday, 11 October 2012, 
23:48Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibreOffice in
                    MacWorld AustraliaAm 11.10.2012 20:46, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:It is nice 
to see that MacWorld Australia states
                      that LibreOffice is a"must have" app/package. I wonder if the MacWorld
                      for the USA and Europewould have the same statement.Be nice to have LO 
listed in the "must have"
                      category in the variousWindows magazines. We could use more Windows
                      users, and freeadvertisements towards Windows users, as we can
                      get.It would be nice to have a booth in a Windows
                      version of the bigsoftware shows that happen for Linux and Mac. But
                      those booths may bevery expensive to "rent" for such an event.Windows users 
can run MS Office easily and for
                    little money (if any).Why should they use LibreOffice if all they want is
                    cheap MS Office?Idealism? Masochism?

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