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Hi :)
Ouch!  Sorry!  

So i guess you have gone back to the 3.5.6 (which does work) since you already had the installer 
for it?  I think that has given you a useful comment to add to the bug-report.  Is there already a 
bug-report?  If not can you post a new one?

Regards from 

Tom :)  

From: Gabriele Ponzo <>
To: Tom Davies <> 
Cc: NoOp <>; "" <> 
Sent: Thursday, 13 December 2012, 11:45
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Bug report for LibreOffice on Mac OS X 10.6.8

Upgraded to last available version to download and it still gives the
same error :(
Gabriele Ponzo

2012/12/12 Tom Davies <>:
Hi :)
The 3.5.6 is on the equivalent of Service Pack 6 while 3.6.3 is only on it's
Service Pack 3.  Oddly the 3.5.6 is older, it was released around 19th Aug,
whereas the 3.6.3 was around 4th November.  Both have been superseded by
more recent releases in their respective branches
3.6.4 (equiv of Sp4) on   9th Dec
3.5.7 (equiv of Sp7) on 14th Oct

It is good to try different versions so it's good to know the problem is not
in the 3.5.x branch and is just a fairly recent regression.  If you are
happy to settle with the 3.5.6 that is fine but it would be helpful to know
if the bug is still in the 3.6.4.  (There's no point in testing the 3.5.7)

Regards from
Tom :)

From: Gabriele Ponzo <>
To: NoOp <>
Sent: Wednesday, 12 December 2012, 10:25
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Bug report for LibreOffice on
Mac OS X 10.6.8

While it works perfectly with LO (still on MacOs 10.6.8).

I have both installed and now I tried with the older one.
Gabriele Ponzo

2012/12/12 Gabriele Ponzo <>:
I've tried and it happens the same to me (on MacOs 10.6.8 - LO
Gabriele Ponzo

2012/12/10 NoOp <>:
On 12/09/2012 12:13 PM, Marc Grober wrote:
With and OSX 10.8.2 selecting two odt files from Finder and
directing Finder to open both with LO results in a graphic message that
"<file1><file2> does not exist" (suggesting it is concatenating the file
HOWEVER - using the LO menu to open the same multiple odt files works
without issue.

Ah, thanks for clarifying. Being a linux user I wasn't aware of what
"Finder" is, I do now: So I was
testing directly from the LO menu & that works fine.

So for a correction:

If I try the same (select two files in the system file manager and
double-click) on linux using 'Nautilus' (GNOME file manager), only one
file will be opened & no error message. I suspect that this is more an
issue with my 'clicking' than the file manager, as when I select the
files, and use the 'Enter' key on the keyboard, both files open in two
LO windows.

This is not the case with the KDE file manager 'Dolphin'. Trying the
same with 'Dolphin' results in LO opening one file, and the following
error message for the second file:

KDEInit could not launch 'libreoffice':
Could not find 'libreoffice' executable.

The issue is with the file manager, not LO.

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