LibreOffice 3.4 Meets The World
News of Oracle handing over OpenOffice.org to the Apache Software Foundation isn't the only open-source office news this week; The Document Foundation has just announced the official release of LibreOffice 3.4.
Libreoffice 3.4 has a whole lot of new features and fixes as talked about on this web-page. Among the changes are redesigned dialogs, improved HTML exporting, font tuning, improved Linux text rendering (faster and more stable via the graphite smart font rendering), color charts, new gradient / drop-shadows, support for an unlimited number of fields, internationalization font previews, and initial support for Ubuntu Unity and its global menu. LibreOffice 3.4 is also reported to start-up much faster now and there's various other performance optimizations.
This OpenOffice.org fork can be downloaded at LibreOffice.org.
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