A port of Libre Office ?
  • Yokemate of Keyboards
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 8858 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > M$ kept DOCX format quite closed a long time.

    No, they didn't. Office Open XML (OOXML) used since Word 2007 is a human-readable XML-based format and thus open by definition. That's why OpenOffice has been supporting it since v3.0 in 2008, and Novell's OpenOffice fork Go-oo has even been supporting it since v2.3 in 2007.

    > spreadshit

    ;-)

    > USB Printing support

    We have that already.
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  • Yokemate of Keyboards
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 8858 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > I hope you're not talking about Final Writer.

    He's talking about LibreOffice.
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    terminills
    Posts: 50 from 2012/3/12
    Quote:

    Andreas_Wolf wrote:
    > I hope you're not talking about Final Writer.

    He's talking about LibreOffice.



    lol I hope so. :D
  • »16.03.17 - 09:28
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    amigadave
    Posts: 2301 from 2006/3/21
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    terminills wrote:
    What? I hope you're not talking about Final Writer. The AROS version has always and will always be the first release. As for AOS4 that will happen when it happens and frankly I would expect to see a native MorphOS version first. ;)


    The part about a MorphOS version probably being released before (or at the same time as) an OS4 version is nice to read. It is disappointing to sometimes read that any newly created/ported software applications from developers who primarily work on one Amiga variant, or another, don't include versions for all 4 Amiga variants when first released, or soon afterwards. It is even more disappointing to read that some developers don't have any interest in creating versions for all Amiga variants, or worse, actively try to prevent versions for other Amiga variants, though luckily, we rarely see such extreme prejudice from developers.
    MorphOS - The best Next Gen Amiga choice.
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  • Acolyte of the Butterfly
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    asrael22
    Posts: 134 from 2014/6/11
    From: Germany
    Quote:

    amigadave wrote:
    Quote:

    terminills wrote:
    What? I hope you're not talking about Final Writer. The AROS version has always and will always be the first release. As for AOS4 that will happen when it happens and frankly I would expect to see a native MorphOS version first. ;)


    The part about a MorphOS version probably being released before (or at the same time as) an OS4 version is nice to read. It is disappointing to sometimes read that any newly created/ported software applications from developers who primarily work on one Amiga variant, or another, don't include versions for all 4 Amiga variants when first released, or soon afterwards. It is even more disappointing to read that some developers don't have any interest in creating versions for all Amiga variants, or worse, actively try to prevent versions for other Amiga variants, though luckily, we rarely see such extreme prejudice from developers.


    Yeah.
    Especially because API wise AROS, AmigaOS classic and MorphOS are the closest with almost identical API.
    Only AmigaOS 4 differs which may cause more additional effort for developers.

    Manfred
  • »17.03.17 - 16:43
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