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On 11/21/2012 10:23 AM, Jay Lozier wrote:
On 11/21/2012 03:30 AM, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
Windows XP Pro
I just installed the very latest version of LO ( (Build ID:
58f22d5)) and noticed, that LO crashes EVERY time I try to use
File -> Wizard -> "whatever" (means ANY function under Wizard)
This happens on my office computer
At home I have another one, same Windows XP Pro, LO (I think;
check when I get home)
The last time I tried the Wizard function at home there was no problem.

Google shows a bug report:
Where it says: "resolved / fixed

Since LO crashes with a probability of 100%(on my office computer)and
the bug is supposed to be fixed ...

WHAT am I supposed to be looking for / changing?

Thank you.

I am unable to confirm with on Linux Mint 13

Did you have any problems like this one with your previous installs of LO?

Did you add any extra templates to your installthat was not part of the Windows install for your system?

I am waiting for 3.6.4 before I upgrade from 3.5.7. I have not seen any problems like that with the "Wizard" option[s] when I have used it in the past. I run Ubuntu 12.04/MATE[64-bit] plus XP[32-bit, Vista [32-bit], and Ubuntu 10.04/GNOME [32-bit].

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