LibreOffice has included an important feature that has been broken for years. Jack Wallen takes on the task of not only calling out the problem but calling on developers to resolve the issue.
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I’ve been covering LibreOffice for a very long time. Over the past couple of years that coverage has slowed to a crawl as traditional office suites have become a bit antiquated. In the place of the tried and true, locally installed office suites, cloud-based options like Google Workspace and Office365 have taken over. And with good cause.
Just take a look at my use case. I am a professional writer. I spend most of my day writing and sometimes go from machine to machine to do so. Because of that, I need access to whatever I’m working on from anywhere. On top of that, I need a reliable backup solution. Yes, I…