Someone will probably ask for this information at some point, or need it for something, so here it is first:
OS: Linux 22.214.171.124-0.1-pae i686
System: openSUSE 11.1 (i586)
KDE: 4.3.4 (KDE 4.3.4) “release 2”
Now on to the problem:
After updating to OpenOffice 3.2 (currently using 126.96.36.199-1.1.i586 I believe), I’ve run into a small-yet-annoying problem. Thankfully, it’s nothing like the crashing and other issues other people have had, it’s running just as well as it’s ever run on my machine (small issues here and there, nothing until now that couldn’t be remedied by finding two other ways to do the task in the Help window) but this update made it so when scrolling over measurements and other options (the kind where you click and a menu appears, I think it’s called a Combo Box) where options are in a list it no longer scrolls through the available options/values of whatever my cursor is over, but rather the one that is highlighted, forcing me to click on each individual option.
Not a big deal, but if anyone knows what this is since it’s something smaller than most people are having trouble with right now, it would be nice. I could probably get used to it, but just about everything else on SUSE (and for that matter just about any machine I’ve found a Linux Distro on) allows scrolling to change these values, so it’s annoying that ONLY OpenOffice 3.2 on this machine doesn’t do it.