On 01/20/2013 12:13 PM, Luuk wrote:
On 19-01-2013 15:43, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
I just noticed a difference in the Tools > Options > LibreOffice >
General "options" in the 3.6.4 versions.
With my 64-bit Debian install, there is a section for "Print dialogs"
and the option for that is "Use LibreOffice dialogs".
With my install on Windows 7 professional, that "Print dialogs" section
i just upgraded my Windows7 to Libreoffice 188.8.131.52 (from 3.6.1)
This setting did exist in 3.6.1
And it no longer there in 184.108.40.206
Enabling 'experimatal features' does not resolve this......
That is the thing, why is it needed for Ubuntu/Debian installs when it
was removed for Windows?
I run Ubuntu 64-bit 12.04 for my main desktop with Ubuntu 64-bit 12.10
/ 64-bit Win7/pro on my dual boot main laptop. I also use 32-bit Ubuntu
and WinXP/pro on other desktops and laptops.
Right now all of my systems have 3.6.4 installed. Next week 3.6.5 is
due to come out. I may test 4.0.0 on my dual booting laptop when it
comes out. I tend to use the Ubuntu boot to test out the newest
versions of Ubuntu before it goes onto my desktop [where I am typing
from, that has 5-TB of storage - maybe more coming in a few months]
I wonder if it will be in the 4.0.0 version. I needed to check that
print dialog option to get my Epson printer to print duplex pages properly.
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