[Libreoffice-qa] problem; help request
jmadero.dev at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 15:07:37 PDT 2015
Hi Kenneth -
This mailing list is actually for contributors dealing with quality
assurance. You'll likely want to ask the user mailing list - more people
monitor that with a wider response. You list a whole list of issues and
it's usually hard to get responses with "meta" questions.
My suggestion is to:
1) Email user list;
2) Each email addresses a single issue
3) If others see the same issues - best bet is to report a bug at
bugs.libreoffice.org - a volunteer then would have to volunteer for to fix
the issue (if there is one).
P.S. I highly recommend not including cell phone numbers in the mailing
list - the emails are public....
On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 2:17 PM, Kenneth Koym <koymkg at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wonder if the libreOfficeWriter problem can be addressed there. Mine is
> nested in Ubuntu 14.04.2.
> I ask your assist, getting a libreofficewriter re-config/work around,
> which re-gains ability to get documents to open, like they have for five
> years. Just did a sudo apt-get purge libreoffice followed by sudo apt-get
> install libreoffice || sudo apt-get autoremove || sudo apt-get clean. No
> difference after logging off and restarting.
> Nice to have the clean up but plain old truth I, a 76 year old, want the
> regular size file to open, not one that is one third the size. Why? I fight
> macular degeneration/going blind if I do not use good habits, Alred
> Vitamins as prescribed by my MD.
> I don't see a way to post a sample; but since late Friday June 12th all
> newly opened empty document work spacess are one third the size. Saved
> documents open in the original readible font point size. Not so this
> morning June 15th. The old docs are now smaller in size than they were
> originally written; and, it is not feasible to edit or rewrite a
> libreoffice writer created document on this PC. I do not see the same
> problem on ubuntu forums.
> What happens? The prompt always flashes. The prompt [and any wording I
> compose] looks like a 7 point not 11 or 12-point type. The proposed page
> you'd expect to work on is about one third the correct size
> LibreOfficeWriter is not working correctly. Wish I new a terminal
> instruction showing "Report my fowl up assessment;" so I could post
> responses that reveals errors.
> Problems are:
> a. pages open approximately one third of what I saw until last +/- June
> 10th or 11th.
> b. this morning June 15th, text on two or three lines appear to be block
> marked. But to my knowledge I have not set up any such commands.
> c. you can houver over text you wish to edit but changes cannot be made
> readily and
> d. once you get to the end of a line, the auto movement down to the next
> line in the page is frozen.
> e. to get to the next line, you must literally move the mouse, telling the
> prompt to go there.
> Again, I believe someone other than me has control over my PC. Yes, it
> could be a virus or ??? Being I'm a federal retiree, it's feasible a Non US
> source decided to hit my PC. I'd prefer to believe a config error or an odd
> virus causing the unwanted difficulties.
> From the 16th-23rd I'll be out of pocket with my G-kids so any help can
> slide till I return or get another machine.
> ken cell 512.828.9778
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