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Hi Jay,

I run Libre Office in Ubuntu also. I'm running Ubuntu 13.04 with Unity. I use the LO from the Document Foundation and not the PPA. The three applications I use most are Writer, Calc, and Base. I always place each of them in the Launcher. Many times I will have all three open at the same time. If I close Writer, Calc and Base stay open. I've never had any issue with closing a document in one closing any of the others which are open. A few days ago I went from LO to LO The has some bugs in with respect to using it with Unity. It works, but not really as it should.


On 09/04/2013 10:08 PM, Jay Ridgley wrote:

I seem to have gotten one of my settings messed up, and do not know how I did it.

I want each instance of a spread sheet, document, presentation to be separate not connected. If I quit a spread sheet I want just that one to go away, NOT all of them.

I have more then one set of files I am working with in separate directories. I do not want them connected, in any way.

It used to work that way under open office, however, libre office they are connected; somehow..

Current version in use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with LO from a PPA at version

How do I fix the problem?




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