[ubuntu-uk] LO in 11.10 STILL CANNOT USE TBird addressbook as an address data source!!!!!!!!!
davmor2 at davmor2.co.uk
Tue Oct 18 17:49:34 UTC 2011
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On 18/10/11 18:41, Avi Greenbury wrote:
> Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
>> On 18/10/2011 17:48, bodsda at googlemail.com wrote:
>>> Can I suggest that you either file a bug report or dust your
>>> programming books off and fix it yourself?
>> But it's been like this for years and I think I may well have
>> filed a bug years ago, but it's obviously not even been on
>> Canonicals radar at all...
> Well, no. If there's but on abandoned bug report I can quite
> understand the limited resources instead being directed at bugs
> that're affecting a large number of users, or even just
> particularly useful users
>> To me it's the one thing that will stop people using Ubuntu and
>> preferring Windows
> *everything* appears to be "the one thing" that keeps people away
> from Ubuntu right now. You're the only person I've seen to have
> come across this, and I can present a list of several other reasons
> people stick with Windows if you like.
>> - MS Office does this automatically and so does the version of
>> LO that you can get from the LO website
> So at least there's an easy workaround. I'm afraid that, too, will
> lower the priority of fixing the bug itself.
>> but if the software is supplied as part of the install shouldn't
>> people expect ALL the functions to be there? Why do they miss one
>> of the most important out?
> I don't know. That's the sort of thing you'd find out from the bug
>> Unfortunately I am not a programmer....
> It's not hard to find one.
If it's things that are missing the likelihood is it's only a package
away, what you'll find is java can't be shipped by default and a lot
of the packages can't ship without full java in place.
The online version comes with java builtin as LO and OO can ship it.
What you'll find is there are several addition packages you can add to
get the online version.
You make it, I'll break it!
I love my job :)
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