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On 12/10/2012 01:36 PM, bsn wrote:
Hi Miroslaw
I needed some delay to check what software my friend had used : it was Pages , and I was using LO 
Thx to your advice, I've installed LO and the problem has disappeared.
I now can read the Mac docs.
Thanks to you, and thx also to everybody that has spent time to reply


From: Mirosław Zalewski [via Document Foundation Mail Archive]
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 7:21 PM
To: bsn
Subject: Re: MS Office MacIntosh to Libre Writer Windows

On 27/11/2012 at 18:47, bsn <[hidden email]> wrote:

Recently a guy sent me a doc created on a Mac.
It is impossible to open it . LO opens a small window (ASCII filter
options) and converts the doc to a unreadable scribble.
Perhaps he created it using Apple Pages? Then you have encountered #53909

This is fixed in LO 3.6.4-rc2, which will be released this week.
Or you can wait until next week, when 3.6.4 will be officially released (it will
be bit-by-bit identical to rc2, so I suggest downloading rc2 when it is

Or, if this is matter of life and death, you can downgrade to 3.5.4 (but not
3.5.5 or later).
Why was the "bug" in the later versions of 3.5.x?
I have not kept up with this thread, since I am not a Mac person, but I have 2 friends that are and I keep them up on the availability of the new versions.

I have been using 3.5.7 till 3.6.4 came out. So would they if they took my advice.

Also, this email seemed to have been delayed since you talk about 3.6.4 coming out next week, when it has been out since the 5th or 6th, and I just got this email.

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