On 15/03/14 16:58, Jim Seymour wrote:
To be clear: I have no problem with LO implementing non-standard
behaviour, but that behaviour *must* be optional, with the switches
that enable it clearly noted as such.
You can select the default ODF document format from the Options menu.
You can choose between ODF 1.0/1.1, ODF 1.2 (this is the standard ODF
1.2 implementation), ODF 1.2 Extended Compatibility Mode, and ODF 1.2
Extended with LibreOffice Additional Format Related Features.
LibreOffice is the reference ODF implementation, and as such is fully
supporting the document standard, and provides compatibility options.
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