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  • #51
    Performance related, a series of benchmarks will be nice LibreOffice vs Microsoft office in terms of performance for word processing tasks, spreadsheets computation. And also for features they offering, on Linux and Windows or even Android, why not . Also email clients compared Evolution or Thunderbird against Microsoft Outlook.
    Maybe slickness

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    • #52
      Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post

      What the ever loving fuck? Packing their own QR code generator. That is so, so, so not Unix. Don't they know that we have a one tool to do it right philosophy? By including that they clearly don't care about traditional Unix philosophies and I don't know if I can use LibreOffice anymore.
      LibreOffice doesn't follow Unix philosophy, nor did any of its predecessors (which didn't even originate on a Unix-like platform). And being an office suite it does more than one thing by definition.

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      • #53
        That QR joke flew way over a lot of y'all heads.

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        • #54
          Originally posted by nuetzel View Post
          PDF - 'Full-Sheet Previews'
          do NOT show up on my version 6.4.0.3 on openSUSE TW.
          Only on Windows?
          in PDF Options, General page, under Structure, there is Whole sheet export.

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          • #55
            I gave-up waiting for LibreOffice to get a slim/light at Abiword.

            I have been writing my letters and addressing my envelopes with vi/vim while printing letters and envelopes using some basic enscript options. Gets the job done using a heck of a lot less CPU resources and/or electricity!

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            • #56
              Originally posted by quikee View Post

              in PDF Options, General page, under Structure, there is Whole sheet export.
              There is NO option in my version. As I stated.
              @Michael
              How can I add a picture? - It seems to be that I have no rights.

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              • #57
                Originally posted by onicsis View Post
                Performance related, a series of benchmarks will be nice LibreOffice vs Microsoft office in terms of performance for word processing tasks, spreadsheets computation. And also for features they offering, on Linux and Windows or even Android, why not . Also email clients compared Evolution or Thunderbird against Microsoft Outlook.
                Maybe slickness
                I would take going to the post office and physically sending mail over using Outlook, if I had a choice... Last time I attempted to use it over the web mail, it froze on me... it wasn't a particularly long email or anything...

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                • #58
                  Originally posted by nuetzel View Post
                  There is NO option in my version. As I stated.
                  So in the german version of Calc it's Datei->Als PDF exportieren->Einzelseiten Vorschau

                  (debian testing/unstable here)

                  https://imgur.com/a/qA3XLEF

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                  • #59
                    Originally posted by George99 View Post

                    So in the german version of Calc it's Datei->Als PDF exportieren->Einzelseiten Vorschau

                    (debian testing/unstable here)

                    https://imgur.com/a/qA3XLEF
                    Full-Sheet Previews vs Einzelseiten Vorschau

                    Apart from the very stupid translation, it doesn't work right.
                    Tested several examples.

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                    • #60
                      Originally posted by nuetzel View Post

                      Full-Sheet Previews vs Einzelseiten Vorschau

                      Apart from the very stupid translation, it doesn't work right.
                      Tested several examples.
                      And I suppose 0 bugs about it filed...

                      Anyway, tried it out and works as expected for me.

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