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QT/KDE interface support? article has a section on setting OOo to use a QT/KDE3 and a QT4/KDE4 interface. It also has this other section about KDE4. It has been reported on the OOo article that the KDE3 interface will be re-enabled in LibreOffice 3.3.3. What about QT4/KDE4 support? Can these sections be copied into this article, maybe with an Out of date template at the moment? I don't use KDE, so I cannot test this. -- Kynikos 05:10, 8 April 2011 (EDT)

LibO has native kde4 support and is selfdetecting the environment very well. So I think there's no need to add this here (andyrtr).

Perfect, thanks. -- Kynikos 13:23, 8 April 2011 (EDT)

Document Spacing Difference OO/Libre - Bug Opened A bug has been opened with due to a default spacing difference between LibreOffice and OpenOffice that destroys the ability to re-create documents previously saved with OO while preserving document spacing. (example documents provided in bug report). This effects Libre on Linux as well as Windows (if you run a dual OS shop). Libre somehow has larger font kerning or paragraph leading that causes lines to wrap where they didn't in OO. This results in length documents experiencing page run-ons and destorys automatically generated pagination such as in tables of contents, etc.. This affects people who need to be able to re-create duplicates of original documents such as legal pleading, etc...

Broken Dependency Not sure it's important enough to add it, and if you google the error it pops right up, but if your getting "error while loading shared libraries: No such..." or similar that's what's wrong. --Gestahl 19:19, 10 July 2011 (EDT)

Added under Troubleshooting. -- Kynikos 05:25, 12 July 2011 (EDT)

Single dash deprecated in libreoffice argument

I mean: $libreoffice -writer Warning: -writer is deprecated. Use --writer instead.