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Hi again!

I have increased all the LibreoOffice memory parameters as shown below.  Unfortunately the screen continues to break up. The breakup even occurs with a small simple single page spreadsheet. I have found upon screen breakup if I do a <ctrl> S (save) the screen resets till the next failure.

I have also disabled OpenGL with no effect.

- Use for LibreOffice 128MB to 1000MB
- Memory per object 20MB to 50MB
- Number of objects 20 to 40

Please see the previous e-mail (see below) for system configuration.



On 4/4/2018 12:34 PM, jorge Rodríguez wrote:
Hi Vytas and all:

        It would be happened because the spreadsheet need more memory. You can increase it following these steps:

          1) Menu-Tools-Options-LibreOffice-Memory: Here you can increase memory to some options.

   I hope this help,


Jorge Rodríguez

El 04/04/2018 a las 08:40, vytas escribió:
Hi All,

I am using LibreOffice version (x64) on a Windows 7 computer.  I am getting column shifting, playing with the Option/LibreOffice/View parameters have not helped.  See the example attached.

LibreOffice Calc column shift <>

Computer configuration:
Video card is a NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500
16GB of memory
Tons of free hard drive space

Any suggestion greatly appreciated.



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