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Friday, December 29, 2006

OpenOffice improvement: Fixed highscorer Crashes

Often, people wonder which exciting features comes with the new OOo version and if they should I update to this new version? It is not always easy to answer. Often, only a few new features are visible to users while big changes happened in the code. That's why this article posted by Thorsten Ziehm on Gulffoss is really interresting. Some data for OpenOffice.org 2.1.0 What striked me the most is the number of "Fixed highscorer Crashes". You can see that more than 300 crashes of OpenOffice.org have been corrected since OOo 2.0.0. That's really great as it shows that developpers in the "background" are doing an amazing work, even if most users don't see the result first when they launch a new OOo version.



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