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Board statement on the LibreOffice 7.0 RC “Personal Edition” label

Dear LibreOffice Community, supporters and friends, Thanks to the hard work put in by many individual and ecosystem contributors, working together as a team in different fields, such as development, QA, design, marketing, localisation, release engineering, infrastructure, just to mention some, in a few weeks’ time we will be welcoming our LibreOffice 7.0 milestone. At […]

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LibreOffice Weekly Clippings – July 5, 2020

LibreOffice LibreOffice 6.4.5 Now Available for Download LibreOffice 6.4.5 Now Available for Download LibreOffice 6.4.5 Released with over 100 Bug Fixes, Now Ready for Enterprise Deployments – 9to5Linux LibreOffice Productivity Suite 6.4.5 – An Excellent “FREE” Substitute for Microsoft Office LibreOffice 6.4.5 Released with over 100 Bug Fixes, Now Ready for Enterprise Deployments LibreOffice 6.4.5 […]

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QA/Dev Report: June 2020

General Activities Adolfo Jayme Barrientos, Steve Fanning, Gábor Kelemen, Olivier Hallot (TDF) and Johnny_M made many Help improvements and cleanups Jan-Marek Glogowski improved the Writer comments ruler UI control and fixed a few Qt-related issues Tomaž Vajngerl (Collabora) implemented searching inside PDFs inserted as a graphic and added support for reading annotations in PDFs Chris Sherlock did graphics-related refactoring work Mike Kaganski (Collabora) improved the look of soft e[…]

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Simulated Animation Effects Week#5

I’ve started past week by going over my implementation of simulated animation effects and getting rid of the rough parts, so it would be somewhat ready to be merged into LO master. While doing so, realized I’ve forgot to add support for other types of ongoing animations in parallel with a simulated animation. So to […]

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