On 02/20/2013 04:19 PM, Jay Lozier wrote:
On 02/20/2013 02:52 PM, Robert Holtzman wrote:
On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 06:18:44PM +0600, Urmas wrote:
The article is very pro-LibreOffice but so many of the comments
have a hilarious amount of FUD in them. One wonders if they have
ever even tried either MSO or LO.
Most people who "own" StarOffice or many of its forks don't use it.
They just open and print documents with it. If someone tried to
actually use it as a word processor, he would find some of 5+ years
old bugs and lack of features much earlier.
Nowadays there is no free alternative to MS Office suite and costly
third-party utilities: spellchecker, bibliography/formula editors
and so on.
That's a hilarious statement from someone posting to a list dedicated to
a free alternative to MS Office.
When was the last version released?
Are you talking about release of "StarOffice" or LO?
No free alternative to MSO? No spell checkers, etc.? Something is not
LO is touted as THE best alternative to MSO. How many spell checking
dictionaries do you want? 200+ is my last count, with about 20
localized Spanish ones. My own American English one has over 797,000
words in it. Grammar checkers are the problem, though. No one makes
one that works well for all its users.
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