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Coming up on November 19: Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 6.2 Beta 1

LibreOffice 6.2 is being developed by our worldwide community, and is due to be released in early February, 2019 – see the release notes describing the new features here. LibreOffice 6.2 will include a new (optional!) user interface design called the Notebookbar – see here for some screenshots. You can help us to test it, […]

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Quick report: LinuxDays and OpenAlt in Czech Republic

Want to help spread the word about LibreOffice, free software and open standards? Attend a local computing event, and tell people about it! Stanislav Horáček writes about some recent events in the Czech Republic… With our LibreOffice booth, Zdeněk Crhonek and I attended the two biggest Czech FOSS events, LinuxDays in Prague and OpenAlt in […]

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Proper console mode for LibreOffice on Windows

LibreOffice has always supported usage of command line switches that allow operations like conversion of documents to different file types, or batch-printing. Using LibreOffice CLI in various scripts is a very common scenario. But until now, it had somewhat suboptimal support for this on Windows. The main executable module – soffice.bin – being a GUI subsystem application,…

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Statistics about automated testing in LibreOffice

Anyone who follows my LibreOffice work knows that I spent quite some time on the automated testing frameworks for LibreOffice. As part of this blog I want to use the LibreOffice 6.2 branch-off as a chance to look at current … Continue reading →

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