[lubuntu-users] LibreOffice 5
rafaellaguna at ubuntu.com
Thu Feb 11 12:50:23 UTC 2016
LibreOffice 5 uses a different window widget control and what they call
"menu integration". It has proven to be buggy in loits of environments,
including Openbox, Mutter and minimal X11 managers (Rat Poison, iwm,
WindowMaker, etc). Until they team fixes that (among other news, like
the Libreoffice cloud access) I highly recommend NOT to use version 5,
but 4 instead.
If your problem is the scrolllbar I recommend you to use the official
themes provided by Ubuntu and derivatives (Lubuntu's Box, Ubuntu's
Light Themes, Xubuntu's Greybird, etc). Also ensure you have installed
the packages libreoffice-gtk and libreoffice-gtk3 to enable full GTK3
On jue, 2016-02-11 at 13:42 +0100, Wilbert Heeringa wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have a question about LibreOffice. I put the same question on
> libreofficeforum.org about two months ago, but did not get any
> response yet.
> I use Lubuntu 14.04.3 and LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 which is a 'still'
> version and therefore said to be stable.
> When loading a large document in LibreOffice, and selecting all text,
> and subsequently changing the font, two things happen:
> 1. the scroll bar on the right does no longer work properly
> 2. the main menus on top of the screen do not work any longer.
> I have to close LibreOffice with 'kill -9 id' in a terminal window.
> Does anyone know how these problems can be solved?
> I did not have these problems with LibreOffice 4.6 en OpenOffice
> 4.1.2, but I prefer to use LibreOffice 5.
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Redwolf (Rafael Laguna)
Lubuntu Artwork Team · Ubuntu Design Team
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