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On 2013-08-14 6:09 AM, e-letter <> wrote:
the primary use of LO is to create and increase the quantity of odf
documents, not to be a free m$ clone.

So says e-letter, the creator and primary author of OpenOffice-Now-Libreoffice. all hail e-letter! (not)

Why can't you afford to use a legitimate copy of m$?

Why can't you bite your tongue rather than post offensive replies to people asking simple questions. Asshat.

Are you seriously suggesting programmers' time should be spent on a
minor proprietary format comment feature instead of improving software
QA for LO odf??? Astonishing.

What is astonishing is how you can be so ridiculously obtuse.

Are you seriously suggesting that programmers shouldn't spend a little time fixing minor issues that make everyone's use of the software more pleasant.

What Libreoffice really needs is a very simple, and *separate*, bug reporting page dedicated to one purpose - allowing users to submit documents that have formatting problems - *both* OpenDoc formats *and* Microsoft formats. Just a simple page where the user can upload the document, and provide a description of the problem.

Then any bug triagers who are interested in improving document formatting and compatibility issues could quickly find these submissions, confirm (or deny) them (or request more information from the submitter), then convert the ones that are reproducible to real (confirmed) bugs for tracking by the devs.

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