Could it be a lack of memory? I have a MacBook that does something
similar. In my case, there is 2 GB RAM with a Ubuntu 16.04 32 bit OS.
One of two things seem to make sense to me: either some of the sticks of
RAM has become defective, or the OS wants to use more RAM than is available.
On 6/10/20 05:27, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The first updates for 2004 have been applied this morning.
Impress still stop working after 2 minutes (the interface is frozen ... but still working because
I see a popup when I try to close impress).
I restarted libreoffice in repair mode and nothing has changed ...
Hope 6.4.5 will fix this mess.
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De: "ycollette nospam" <email@example.com>
Envoyé: Dimanche 7 Juin 2020 08:02:48
Objet: [libreoffice-users] Probem with LibreOffice 6.4.4 and Windows 10 2004
I've installed LibreOffice 6.4.4 on Windows 10.
Everything was fine until I install the 2004 update.
Now, when I start LibreOffice, everything is fine during 2 minutes and after that, the UI starts to
First, the dropdown entries are empty and then, the UI became totally unresponsive.
If I try to kill LibreOffice, a blank "do you wan't to save your document" pops up but without text
and without Yes / No buttons.
Do you have any workaround for this problem ?
I tried to reinstall 6.4.3 but the problem is the same with this version too.
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