On Wednesday 07 March 2007, Ritesh Raj Sarraf wrote: > Package: kmail > Version: 4:3.5.6.dfsg.1-1 > Severity: normal > > When opening an OpenOffice document using OpenOffice, the document is > always opened as read-only. This is a problem because it causes no > modifications to be allowed to the file opened. > > Ideally, it should allow modifications and during "Save", the user should > be choosing a new path to save the copy. > > The desired behavior works perfect with a .txt file opened with Kwrite. Hi! For me it sounds like a issue with openoffice and not with kmail. Kmail opens all attachments read-only (as you shouldn't save stuff back into your recieved email) (almost) all kde programs allow to save-as with a new name. If openoffice doesn't support it, it is a openoffice issue and not a kmail issue. /Sune -- How may I do for receiving a driver? The point is that you either should overclock the RO BIOS desktop, or must rename the desktop in order to cancel a login to the ethernet shell to a floppy disk on a 2X IP provider of a RW OpenGL controller.
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