Le Sat, 08 Mar 2014 07:09:06 -0500,
William Drago <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
The LibreOffice website looks different and some information
is missing that was there last week. In particular I'm
looking for the 4.2.1 release notes which used to be here:
I just noticed that the 4.1.5 release notes are gone too!
What's going on here?
As you rightly noticed, the website "looks" different. We have a new
website. What I'm a bit surprized is that when it comes to the release
notes I had added them myself to the staging site. I'll find them back.
On 3/7/2014 7:42 PM, Stephan Petersen wrote:
does anyone know how to set the "default" number of slides per page
when printing handouts?
LO unfortunately contains a bug (which goes way back and remains
unfixed) that causes it to forget what you were printing (notes,
handouts, ...) between print jobs. And with the latest version it
even got worse. Now, if you want to print handouts, you not only
have to select "handouts" every time, but now you also have to pick
the number of slides per page again, unless you want the "default",
which seems to be 6 (for whatever reason).
Does anyone know a workaround for this nuisance?
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