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On 4/26/2014 2:18 PM, toki <> wrote:
Those that don't undertstand why sofware that is 15+ years old is
still used, perhaps need to revisit why software shouldbe designed as
if it will be used for the next century.

No one said it wasn't used, and that is totally irrelevant to the question being discussed.

We are talking about supporting old file FORMATS in MODERN software.

If you are still using Staroffice 5.2, then you have no problem opening those old file formats.

The problem is with those who don't understand that sometimes it simply is not practical to continue supporting LEGACY GARBAGE that is seriously hampering both ongoing/long term maintenance and innovation.

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