Could you send us a copy of your file so that we can verify on our
systems? Feel free to send me a copy directly if you want.
Le 07/05/13 02:46 AM, Alaak a écrit :
Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome 3. I already tried starting from the command
line, but I don't get any output.
Am Montag, den 06.05.2013, 11:28 -0700 schrieb Girvin R. Herr:
I drew two graphics using Draw today. I saved them and closed
Libreoffice. Now I wanted to open them again, but Libreoffice crashes
directly from the splash screen without any additional information.
I am still capable of opening other drawings, so it seems something is
wrong with those two I created today.
My version is: 188.8.131.52 (Build ID: 400m0(Build:2))
Can someone give me a clue how to diagnose this problem?
I don't know what Operating Sysytem you are using (I am running
Linux/KDE) but I found it helpful in those types of circumstances to
bring up LibreOffice from a command prompt (shell/terminal, etc.). From
that terminal window, LO may spit out some error/diagnostic messages
before it crashes. You may get some idea of where the problem may be
from those messages.
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