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Ran across this today:

It includes the quote "I know LO often acts like an annoying hysterical wife
-- lacking every logic and reacting is every way except the expected way.
But it seems like you seriously think LO is reacting on your input, or that
you have a computer hardware failure setting the bits just so as to cause
this behaviour."

Another interesting quote: "Since you are running Mint 17.1 I assume LO is
fairly up-to-date, meaning in a very unstable development state. I found
that LO is bug ridden, and especially contains lot of regression errors in
the most simple things."

That last bit, although hitting close to home, seems awfully dismissive when
appearing on a non-Libre forum, and certainly doesn't help TDF promotion
efforts - should someone knowledgeable about the particular problem the
posting author describes take a look? I personally haven't experienced the
issues he (or she?) describes, so don't feel qualified to act as a diplomat

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