the OOo support for kde3 actuali its officialy droped, the work that all of u mention with kde3 its only throught GTK brigde..
as Ilya said, just software lines ... kde org moved to KDE4 and also all of other too.. basic..
OOo as David mention its a good reason, for use, but Calvin was right, LOo must be the way to road..
about Koffice, was dropped from KDE4 to shwict KDE4 so, its so dificult for allof us, too work and every one here has also life to road.. no way
On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 7:04 PM, David C. Rankin
> I like the concept of koffice, but it has never been usable in the 2.0.x<snip>
> version. My entire business is built around word-processing from a document
> standpoint, and the only viable packages have been Office on the Win side
> and OO on the Linux side. Koffice was a great concept, but I don't think it
> has ever quite "made it" from a usability standpoint. WP for Linux was
> around several years ago, but I think that was completely abandoned.
> I say -- stick with what works (thus Trinity :)
You do realize that OOo is available for Windows and Mac too? It's not
just a Linux thing :-)
MS Office didn't support OpenDocument Format until it's 2007 version,
and I doubt it does it well -- Microsoft wants to create their own
open format in answer to ODF. They are basically XML files inside a
Zip file, just get a .docx file from someone using Office 2007 and run
unzip on the file. It will extract into a directory tree with some XML
files that contain the document and it's meta-data. From what I hear,
the XML files aren't very well formed.
I say stick with a real document format that will actually be
supported by people outside the world of Proprietary Software, and by
some who do make Proprietary Software. ODF FTW! ;-)
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