The Document Foundation has announced that LibreOffice 3.6.3 is now available for the Linux platform, bringing a lot of bugfixes and improvements.
Besides the usual changes and updates that accompany these types of releases, The Document Foundation had a few other announcements to make, especially in regard to the growing development team.
“Instrumental for the overall progress is the growing developer base, which has just reached the number of 550 since the launch of the project, making LibreOffice one of the fastest growing free software projects of the decade,” stated The Document Foundation.
Another point of interest is the increasing adoption rate of LibreOffice by municipalities all over the world.
“After the City of Munich and the French Government, which are migrating from OpenOffice.org to LibreOffice, it is now the turn of several provinces in Italy, including the largest one in term of inhabitants,” continued the press release.
Highlights of LibreOffice 3.6.3:
• The overflowing of left margin value in editing, when negative, has been fixed;
• DOCX import of unicode 0xNN0d, when it's a separate run, has been repaired;
• A leaked image bug which happened when importing docx format, has been fixed;
• Miscellaneous comment import and export fixes have been implemented;
• RTF import of text in the middle of table definition now works properly;
• RTF import of paragraph without RTF_PAR at the end of the doc, has been repaired;
• A crash following delete at last table cell has been fixed;
• Rows with cond formats no longer have empty backgrounds;
• Bad processing hyperlink with anchor in DOCX has been repaired;
• Option 'Range contains column headings' is no longer ignored;
• Autofiltering is no longer incorrect if the filtered cells are referenced in formulas;
• German OK and Cancel buttons are now shown properly;
• An incorrect translation of the German printing window has been fixed.
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