LibreOffice Updated to 3.6.2
The Document Foundation today announced the latest stable release of popular free office suite, LibreOffice 3.6.2. This release bring lots of bug and regression fixes. Yeah, the changelog is long and boring, but it adds up to improved stability for LibreOfffice users - which is always a good thing.
The release announcement highlighted the ever increasing adoptions of LibreOffice. One specific example is the city of Limerick, Ireland; which moved 450 desktops to LibreOffice at several libraries, the fire department, and the city's museum and art gallery. The announcement also includes an updated infographic representing development data from September 2011 through September 2012.
The changelog includes fixes such as:
** clear DataColumns read-only information when we clear DataColumns
** do not consider timestamp differences as corruption
** shrink to used area for duplicate codn format
** import values and formulas from lotus-123
** Libreoffice Grammar Check returns, "bad article," incorrectly
** Paste and Paste Special not available for horizontally adjacent cells to vertical cell selection
** Don't default to desktop pollution
** Year and Day of date interchanged after input
** DOCX filter loses shape containing text
** CRASH when insert row in particular document
** Some basic opcodes are ignored