Le 01/07/2012 12:56, Rene Engelhard a écrit :
I actually wanted to fix it for squeeze and had test packages ready but then I forgot it/
I never came to it/lost those packages :/
So yes, given that wheezy is there soon I think there won't be an update for this
Thanks for the quick reply. Though this is turning into a bit of a
problem for me. Context: my company (http://www.microlinux.fr) provides
100 % GNU/Linux and FOSS solutions for professional users like small
town halls, public libraries, private schools, small and medium
companies, etc. All the solutions - server as well as desktop - are
Debian-based, e. g. stable with a handful of backports. So far, this is
the first really annoying bug, since the secretary of a private school
where I installed it pointed it out to me, and I couldn't help her out.
Right now I'm giving Libre Office from backports a spin, but the last
time I checked it out - 3.4.something on Slackware, I was mostly
impressed by the myriad of bugs.
If there's an easy fix to this, it would come highly appreciated.
Cheers from the rainy South of France,
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