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Re: [libreoffice-users] corrupt letter on display


as time passes,  my libre office writer and calc  sheets continue to get slower and slower and slower and now they are crashing regularly  locking up my system, which is hard to do,
and switching back and forth as each commend is given in some kind of way that blacks out my screen for minutes sometimes.  what gives, we had a damn good office package,
but it seems to have been ruined.  How can I get copies of the system three years ago.. they were stable, worked like champs..


Its so slow it is almost like a keystroke logger is at work..

what gives


On 2018-11-21 10:17 PM, James wrote:
Repost with better title. :-)

I use lubuntu-18.10.
Sometimes, a letter gets corrupted but I only see it in libreoffice.

This example the 'p' displays as a ',':
http://lockie.ca/lubuntu_/libreoffice.jpg

I've also seen it when '2' displays garbled.

Any ideas about how to track down what software has the problem?




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