> Before I switched over to the tumbleweed repositories I could use frames
> in the word processor for positioning text, since switching to
> tumbleweed using frames causes the word processor to freeze
> Anyone else experienced this?
> Could it be something a bug report should be filed on?
> I don’t know how to do that but if a report on it should be filed and
> someone could tell me how I’d be happy to do it
Yes, please file a bug for this at bugzilla.novell.com against the
libreoffice package and the developers there will work on it.
Well I tried to file a bug report but hit a bit of a problem
Wants me to verify my email address before I post, but the mail address I originally signed up here with I no longer have, no problem I thought, just go change it to a current one in my profile
Another problem, to edit my email I have to put in my password, so I pop in the password and get a page telling me it’s not my password … how the password isn’t the one I just logged in with is beyond me
Of course there is a helpful link for forgotten passwords, except that send a message to the email address I no longer have
Bug report filed, including the information that after installing OpenOffice from the tarball the problem with LibreOffice went away
Now in LibreOffice the dialog I get when right-clicking the frame and clicking Frame to edit it’s properties has changed from what I was seeing in LibreOffice to the one you get when when doing the same thing in OpenOffice, and no freeze
I think the two decided to get together or something and the office I’m now using appears to be the offspring that resulted from that union … I’m gonna rename all my icons to say BastardOffice