Personal opinion: LibO version 3.5.7 for Base.
What do you know about how Base works? What is your background in
the topic of relational databases? Each database program has its own
method of creating and working with its databases. What are you going to
use as a resource for learning to use Base?
Knowing which version is the most reliable and stable is very
important. Perhaps knowing where to find the resources to use makes the
program much more useful.
On 10/21/2012 04:51 AM, Pertti Rönnberg wrote:
Best all you LibO experts and Devs!
What Webmaster now says is a good example on all the basic level
issues that must be completely eliminated from LibO.
Some posts ago I asked what version of LibO at this moment is to be
considered as the most reliable and most stable.
And got the answer that LibO3.5.7 is the one for newcomers perhaps
followed by LibO3.6.2.
(But nothing said about Base, that is my main concern and asked for)
For all of you that know LibO's build-up, its features and
work-arounds and alternative solutions these issues may seem simple.
But for users like me they are serious - I do not even know where to
start looking for a solution if I meet such a problem.
It is really a matter of using LibO or not -- and I do not want to
have different programs/suites for different types of need.
My main interest is to get the job done and because of limits in time
or costs I cannot accept delays caused by the tool I use.
Obviously I have to continue - even if I don't want to - to buy MSO.
A lack of resources is not a valid excuse as long as you can continue
developing new bugs and issues - plus them 1000-2000 already waiting
I know very well that it is never fun to afterwards repair mistakes -
so better not to make them.
Waiting for the results of your wise decisions - especially regarding
Windows with some 90% of the users.
On 20.10.2012 23:57, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
The freezing and word count issues - was that on 3.5.6, 3.5.7, or
some other version.
I have noticed that 3.5.7 freezes sometimes on loading/opening with
Ubuntu 64-bit 12.04 and MATE desktop. I never saw this with 3.5.6
and Ubuntu 10.04 and GNOME desktop. Since I upgraded to 12.04 on
Oct. 8th and 3.5.7 when it came out on the 18th, I did not have
"much" time with 12.04 and 3.5.6 to tell if there was any issues.
The freezing happened several times. Once with clicking on the panel
launcher and twice with the right-clicking and "open with" option.
The only way to get the LO splash/opening to "unfreeze" is to
reboot. Actually when Ubuntu reboots, LO opens up properly. I have
the system set to open any packages with "windows" open when I log
off or shut-down/re-boot.
So I do get the freezing splash screen once and a while for 3.5.7.
Is this an issue with other users of 3.5.7?
On 10/20/2012 03:10 PM, Anthony Easthope wrote:
I haven't yet given them the 3.5.7 release as I have still been away!
the bugs where mainly freezing & wordcount and thelike
On Sat, 20 Oct 2012, at 03:49 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Was it something that would have been easily fixed by renaming the
From: rost52 <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, 19 October 2012, 7:17
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Suitability of Lo in Small
It would be interesting to learn what version was used, which bugs
were observed and if they were
all reported an when.
On 2012-10-19 10:39, Anthony Easthope wrote:
I was wondering what would perhaps be the best release of LO to
recommend to a small charitable organisation.
I had a problem with the latest release as it was quite buggy and
church & athletics club I installed it for was not to happy when
found the bugs interrupted their workflow,
So what is the most stable release?
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