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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...

Poorly written section: Installation of the development version

I'm sorry that my contribution was poorly written, I tried to know what's wrong:

"Reason: Wrong AUR installation style. See Help:Style. (Discuss)"

In the help I can see that it concerns AUR packages installation but there is no package in the AUR for the development version of libreoffice. Anybody can guide me to find what do I have to do to correct my mistake?


"Do not give examples of how to install AUR packages, neither with the official method nor mentioning AUR helpers: every user who installs unofficial packages should have read the Arch User Repository article, and be aware of all the possible consequences on his system." Click here. -- Fengchao (talk) 10:27, 11 January 2013 (UTC)