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Hi Gabriel, Joel, all

Gabriel Risterucci wrote
I'm having a hard t​ime compiling libreoffice with gtk3 support (or
rather, my VM is having a hard time :D).
However, I did build gtk3 with the broadway module and launched an
application (gedit) on my linux box, and "showed" it on my windows box.
It's really only the display that goes to the browser, as I see my linux
and nothing else.

It's still interesting, though. If my LO build end anytime soon *and* work
with gtk3, I'll post more details.

Please do. Thanks!

Joel, thank you for the link.

Unfortunately it seems to be a 14 day trial only. They do mention an Ad
supported version but I couldn't find it.
It requires a Gmail login and then you need to have some online (aka cloud)
Since I really didn't want them to have access to my Dropbox or Google
Drive, my experiment ended briefly.
I was surprised to see that they are still using LO (not even but given LO 4.x problems with 

I might give it another run when I create a separate cloud storage ;) Thanks


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