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david_lynch wrote:
I upgraded from 4.1.1 to 4.1.2 this week (on Windows 8).

I have a fairly complex spreadsheet that worked well on 4.1.1.

In 4.1.2:

Whenever I try to add a column, Calc crashes with an "unexpected error"
(no further detail). I can recover the file and usually a second attempt
at adding a column works.

Some formulae involving names give incorrect results. If I rewrite them
using A1:B2 notation they work.

It is significantly slower.

I have tried increasing the memory allocated, with no change in behaviour.

Help would be welcome, please.

David Lynch

Unless you have a particular reason for sticking to 4.1.x versions, it's probably best to upgrade to the latest "still" (4.3.6) or "fresh" (4.4.1) version from

The 4.1.x versions are quite old now. If you must stick to that line, the latest is 4.1.6, and can be downloaded from:
Even that's almost a year old though. There won't be any more releases on that line to fix bugs, and any bug reports raised against it are likely to be closed unless they can be easily reproduced with a recent version.


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