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In OpenOffice I've found it always nice feature to load files from the web
via the http-protocol in a macro. But after switching to LibreOffice I
couldn't get it running (see my bug description 

I tried to load an URL from the GUI, but neither versions 3.6 nor version worked, maybe due to my Win8.1-64Bit environment. Instead
LibreOffice seems to freezefor at least more than 20min: "No response"-hint
in the Windows title-bar.

For reference I tried to open an http-url on a Linux-PC (Open-SuSE). But I
couldn't figure out a way to enter a URL in the KDE-Open-File-Window.
LibreOffice or KDE always responds with: "You can only open local files!"

So does anybody know how to enter http-URL in LibreOffice running in


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