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Its clean interface and feature-rich tools help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity.

LibreOffice 7.3 is here

With new features, compatibility improvements, and performance boosts

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Impress Guide is updated to match LibreOffice Community 7.3

The Impress Guide 7.3 has just arrived with the latest LibreOffice Impress 7.3 developments. This 374 pages book covers the main features of Impress, the presentations (slide show) component of LibreOffice. You can create slides that contain text, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, charts, clip art, and other objects. Impress comes with prepackaged text styles, […]

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LibreOffice Conference: Call for Papers

LibreOffice Conference 2022 will be a hybrid event, both in presence and remote, scheduled for the month of September, from Thursday, September 29th at 9:00AM CEST, to Saturday, October 1st at 1:00PM CEST (https://conference.libreoffice.org/2022/). In addition, there will be a community day on Wednesday, September 28th. The event will be at NOI Tech Park in […]

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Dark Style Preference with GTK

Added something to track the org.freedesktop.appearance.color-scheme property as used by the GNOME 42 Dark Style Preference setting. Screencast recorded with the new iteration of GNOME's screen built-in recorder which is quite snazzy.

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Interacting with the Pootle Bot on Gerrit

Have you received “A polite ping, still working on this bug?” message on one of your Gerrit submissions? You can simply send an arbitrary reply to avoid the patch being abandoned within a month. Here we discuss more about Pootle bot, which is one of the QA (Quality Assurance) tools for the LibreOffice QA team to manage old submissions.

Interacting with the Pootle Bot

You may have received messages from some bots, including Pootle bot. This bot checks Gerrit to find the olde[…]

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