Le 01/10/2014 12:27, Tanstaafl a écrit :
*Anytime* a long standing feature is totally ripped out and replaced
with something else that causes a major regression, it should be an
absolute top priority to fix it in the very next release. In fact, I
would say that it should be a part of the agreement that any contributor
signs, that if they are the one responsible for a regression like this,
they are *required* to fix it asap.
Why should a volunteer fix the bug for your company? Very strange way to
see the LibreOffice ecosystem.
So, for us, 4.2 and 4.3 are *both* unstable - meaning, we *cannot use
them*, because they lack a very basic capability that we have relied on
since, oh, I don't know... version 1?
So help to fix it instead of ranting here and on the issue, volunteers
won't act quicker because you rant about their work. Joel has took the
time to explain you on the issue how it works.
In case you were wondering, it is the new 'Inline Fields' functionality,
that when introduced, broke the ability to paste into them, and the bug
is still there today, in 4.3.2.
Sophie Gautier firstname.lastname@example.org
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