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Why not go to 4.0.6?
It is more "mature" of a line that the 4.1.x, with 4.1.3.

I still use 4.0.5, but will be upgrading to 4.0.6 soon.

It is the next logical step from the 3.6.x line.
Then when 4.1.4 or .5 comes out, then maybe it will be "mature" enough.
I have some issues with 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 that I currently do not have
with 4.0.5.

On 11/13/2013 12:10 PM, Pedro wrote:
Hi Gabriel

Thank you for the update :)

Gabriel Risterucci wrote
Ok, so I built LibreOffice with GTK3 support, as it's
to use the broadway backend it provide.


If I get around running a more recent version of GTK3 without breaking my
system, and if it improve things in a way that make it usable, I'll tell
Maybe you should start first with (as I mentioned in my previous
mail the guys at rollap are still running and maybe try the

Please do keep us posted on progress!

Gabriel Risterucci wrote
You can see it "in action" here:
You might want to cut the sound though, my spoken english is far from
pleasant ;)
It looks like it's running quite fast (actually, faster than rollap...).
I expected your English to have an Italian accent but it is clearly French
In any case it is clearly understandable!

Best regards,

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