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On 05/28/2015 01:08 PM, Cley Faye wrote:
To launch LibreOffice, you either use a shortcut of some sort, or directly
run a command in a run dialog. That's true for any OS.

No, as I mentioned, it's not true with OS/2 and work area folders.  If
you had a document in that folder opened, then closed the folder, the
document also closes.  When you open the folder again, the document also

As I mentioned, this is very handy for projects.  The only thing that's
similarly useful for projects is a virtual deskop.  They have been
commonplace in Linux & Unix for many years, but only recently been
available in Windows.

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