On 2012-12-08 5:30 PM Lincoln Ramsay wrote:
I couldn't find a bug report link on LibreOffice.org so I'm sending it here.
It is under Get Help / Bug
Steps to reproduce:
Navigate to a folder in the Finder that has more than 1 .odt file.
Select two .odt files.
Open them (Command + O).
LibreOffice should open both documents.
LibreOffice puts up an error dialog with the following message:
/path/to/document1.odt /path/to/document2.odt does not exist.
It seems LibreOffice does not correctly handle opening multiple documents at once, treating
both filenames as one filename (to a file that does not exist).
It does not matter if LibreOffice is running or not. Opening one document at a time works as
expected, it's only multiple documents that fails. I'm not sure if this affects older
versions. I may not have attempted to open multiple documents until today.
The same behaviour occurs for me (MacBook, OS X version 10.6.8, LibreOffice 10.6.8). You should
file a bug report at https://www.libreoffice.org/bugzilla/
Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
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