On 12/10/2012 10:25 PM, VA wrote:
"do not use both LO and AOO on the same system."
1 - I do not use AOO [or OOo before AOO came out] since I started using
LO almost 2 years ago.
2 - I do not think it is wise to use two packages that are both forks
from the original OOo code base, on the same system. Yes there are
procedures you can do to have both packages installed on the same
system, just like you can have two versions of LO installed on the same
system. Just because you can do something does not mean it is something
that you should do.
3 - 1 and 2 are reasons enough. Whether or not there are people who do
not believe the same way that I do, this is what I believe.
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