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Annual Report 2018: LibreOffice development

In 2018, 17,473 commits were made to the LibreOffice source code, from 223 authors. Here’s an overview of what they worked on… Behind the scenes of LibreOffice 6.2 Throughout the second half of 2018, the developer community worked on a new major release: LibreOffice 6.2. Details about the end-user-facing new features are provided on this […]

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What is the Open Document Format (ODF), and how is it developed?

Regina Henschel is a long-time member of the LibreOffice community, and has worked on ODF, the native file format of the suite. At our recent German community meetup, we talked to her about how ODF is developed, and how users can help to improve it… Tell us a bit about ODF, and why it’s important… […]

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Week 7 Report

This week:

I was implementing the Compiler of the Special Commands of:
       1) Calc
    (calc_Type_command - calc_switch_sheet - calc_Select_cell - calc_AutoFill_filter)
        2) impress

        3) math

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Commenting on images and charts in Writer

The problem

Years ago I posted about work to attach comments to text ranges. This improved compatibility with Word greatly, but it was always a piece of text that was commented, never frames. If you just selected a frame and tried to comment by selecting the menu entry or the Ctrl-Alt-C shortcut, nothing happened, because frame selection did not interpret comment insertion.

Result Figure 1. Comment on an at-char ancho[…]

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