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nasrin khaksar wrote:
hi mark.
thanks for your reply about question about calc.

I assume you're referring to the thread "Calc F2 cursor trail between brackets of function". It's easier to follow if you reply-all to the message you're responding to.

how about openGL in version 4.4.6?
is it enabled by default or not?

From <>, it looks like OpenGL has been available since 4.3 but only enabled by default since 5.0.2. Presumably for versions between those you'd have to explicitly enable it in the options.

i read in the link that you sent, its enable by default since version
5.0.2 and we should copy one file to registry to desable it in case of
crash on openning program.
in other side, i read somewhere that recognizes the problem by default
and if crashes in the first time, its desable in the second time
is it possible? and which one is true?

I would think it possible that LibreOffice could automatically disable OpenGL if it detects a crash on first start, but I don't know if it's actually done that way. It might not be desirable to do that in case the crash is for some other reason not related to OpenGL. Not knowing where you saw that I can't really comment further.


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