On February 8, 2014 1:15:08 PM PST, James E Lang wrote:
Regarding the password issue, the default action during a Save As …
operation is to solicit a password and I might have entered a space in frustration.
The default action differs, depending upon which build is used.
Export to PDF exports all the sheets. I want to print the defined print range from one of five
sheets to a PDF file. It should be doable but I
That part has not yet been implemented.
A couple of months ago I saw a projected roadmap that listed when each feature would probably be
implemented. However, I don't know where I saw it, and a Google serch doesn't bring it up. :(
copied from Apache OpenOffice in order to share the print output with
an external (not yet available?) app.
Defined print range would go through the Android Print API, which relies on Google Print.
works derived from Open Source products had to, themselves, be Open Source also. How wrong could I
get? (Rhetoric question)
I'm almost at the point of defining everything that is not licenced under the GNU GPL 2.0, or GNU
GPL 3.0 to be closed source, proprietary software.
In any case I do find AnOo (as you called it) to be usable if attention is paid to its quirks.
Unfortunately, those quirks change with each released build.
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