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LibreOffice Viewer (Beta) now available for Android

Berlin, January 21, 2015 – The Document Foundation (TDF) is happy to see the LibreOffice Viewer (Beta) for Android released in the Google Play Store, allowing mobile users to access Open Document Format (ODF) files from devices such as tablets and smartphones. The application, created by Collabora, is available from the following link: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.collabora.libreoffice. The […]

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Behind the scenes at TDF: Infrastructure

With the beginning of 2015, a new year packed with exciting projects and ideas around LibreOffice and The Document Foundation, we today finish our behind-the-scenes series, to share achievements in 2014 with our community and our generous donours, to whom we’d like to express our sincerest gratitude and thanks for their incredible and wonderful support […]

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Perfect WW8 comment import

TL;DR: Import of annotated text ranges from binary DOC format was a problem for quite some time, now it should be as good as it always was in the ODT/DOCX/RTF filter.

Longer version: the import of annotation marks from binary DOC was never perfect. My initial implementation had a somewhat hidden, but important shortcoming, in the form of a "Don’t support ranges affecting[…]

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LibreOffice Google Summer of Code 2014 retrospective

Apologies for being really extra-late with this report, but at least I don’t have to update this post with links to late video uploads or the upcoming LibreOffice 4.4 features page. ;) Let me first thank Google’s OpenSource office for their generousity, our many volunteer mentors for their time & efforts, and of course this […]

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