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    Default Choices Proposed By Conflict Resolution Window

    I am using openSUSE 15.3, with KDE environment.

    Software Update brings up the following warning window:

    [QUOTE]patch:SUSE-2021-1200-1.noarch conflicts with libreoffice-writer.x86_64<7.1.2.2-13.15.1 provided by libreoffice-writer-7.1.2.2.3.x86_64
    Conflict Resolution:
    1: Following actions will be done:
    deinstallation of libreoffice-writer-7.1.2.2.3.x86_64
    (and deinstallation of twelve other LibreOffice modules...!!)
    2: Do not install patch:SUSE-2021-1200-1.noarch
    [/QUOTE]

    What is going on? I need to use LibreOffice, so should I skip the patches?

    PS: How do I upload to the forum a screen grab file that I took with ksnip??

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    Default Re: Choices Proposed By Conflict Resolution Window

    Ignore this patch until problem is fixed.

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    Default Re: Choices Proposed By Conflict Resolution Window

    Quote Originally Posted by tb75252 View Post
    PS: How do I upload to the forum a screen grab file that I took with ksnip??
    Not needed here (yours is a known problem) but for future reference you may upload an image to susepaste.org and then post to the Forums the link to the image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrsoBruno View Post
    Not needed here (yours is a known problem) but for future reference you may upload an image to susepaste.org and then post to the Forums the link to the image.
    Sorry for being so stupid, but I cannot figure out how to copy/paste an image into susepaste.org.

    If I press CTRL+C for the error window that I am getting and then go to susepaste.org and do CTRL+V, nothing happens...

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    Default AW: Choices Proposed By Conflict Resolution Window

    There are some screenshot tools:
    shutter or flameshot or spectacle

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    Quote Originally Posted by tb75252 View Post
    Sorry for being so stupid, but I cannot figure out how to copy/paste an image into susepaste.org.

    If I press CTRL+C for the error window that I am getting and then go to susepaste.org and do CTRL+V, nothing happens...
    If you have an "image file" (taken by ksnip or whatever screenshot tool) just select "image file" in the "language" drop down menu at susepaste.org, a "browse" button should appear to allow you to navigate to the file and then upload it.
    Or select the "image" hypertext on the upper right corner, to the same effect.
    CTRL+C and CTRL+V to the "Your paste" area should work with text snippets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrsoBruno View Post
    If you have an "image file" (taken by ksnip or whatever screenshot tool) just select "image file" in the "language" drop down menu at susepaste.org, a "browse" button should appear to allow you to navigate to the file and then upload it.
    Or select the "image" hypertext on the upper right corner, to the same effect.
    CTRL+C and CTRL+V to the "Your paste" area should work with text snippets.
    Thanks!! I would have never figured this out on my own... :-(

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    I am getting a similar error after I installed the newly shipped Grafana.

    the to be installed patch:SUSE-2021-333-1.noarch conflicts with 'grafana.x86_64

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    Default Re: Choices Proposed By Conflict Resolution Window

    Please, new problem (similar or not), new thread. People will not see your new problem when it is not a new thread with a new title that will be published as such in e.g. RSS feeds.
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