Linux Pro Magazine: "Adding a pinch of color to code fragments in a Writer document can make it easier to read. But coloring code by hand is a rather daunting proposition..."
OpenOffice can't read the documents and spreadsheets from my NAS. When I double click on such a document openOffice starts loading but it hags before the application opens.
However, when I copy the same document from the NAS to my local disk. Then openOffice open the document without problems (proof that the document is not corrupted).
The AuthorSupportTool extension not just adds some random features to OpenOffice.org Writer, it dramatically enhances the word processor's functionality, turning it into a powerful tool for working on research papers and complex documents.more ...
pdf = PDF::Writer.new
pdf.image('/home/max/pics/kiwi.png')Results in:RuntimeError: Unsupported Image Type
from /home/max/.gem/ruby/1.9.1/gems/pdf-writer-1.1.8/lib/pdf/writer/graphics.rb:668:in `image'Why?edit - can't get rid of that mysterious newline in the code snippet ... weird?
Just update, Clean install, from 10.04 LTS to 12.04 LTS. Disappointed that OpenOffice was not included. In any case, attempting to use LibreOffice Writer was extremely frustrating and I still have not accomplished what I need to accomplish.
When I open LibreOffice Writer, click on File -> New -> Labels the program responds by closing.
Gnome 3.4 brought us the ability to see recent documents in the desktop search via gnome shell, but at some point in the last few months, Gnome Documents has become the default program for opening libreoffice documents and .pdfs from the shell as well.
When I minimize an open document I am working on in LibreOffice Writer, it disappears into the launcher panel. It does not show any little white arrow beside the LibreOffice writer icon. When I click it, it opens up a new document. I cannot get my original document back unless I do Super+W.
Does anyone have a fix, or is this a new bug? Running 12.04 LTS.