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Fedora Core 2 Update: openoffice.org-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update makes the Fedora Core 2 version of OpenOffice.org equivalent to the version in Fedora Core 3.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-206
2005-03-12
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Product     : Fedora Core 2
Name        : openoffice.org
Version     : 1.1.3                      
Release     : 9.4.0.fc2                  
Summary     : OpenOffice.org comprehensive office suite.
Description :
OpenOffice.org is an Open Source, community-developed, multi-platform
office productivity suite.  It includes the key desktop applications,
such as a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation manager, formula
editor and drawing program, with a user interface and feature set
similar to other office suites.  Sophisticated and flexible,
OpenOffice.org also works transparently with a variety of file
formats, including Microsoft Office.

Usage: Simply type "ooffice" to run OpenOffice.org or select the
requested component (Writer, Calc, Draw, Impress, etc.) from your
desktop menu. The ooffice wrapper script will install a few files in
the user's home, if necessary.

The OpenOffice.org team hopes you enjoy working with OpenOffice.org!

Note: Non-.vor templates covered under the GPL license.

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Update Information:

This update makes the Fedora Core 2 version of OpenOffice.org
equivalent to the version in Fedora Core 3.  Some notable fixes:
o Inclusion of Tamil and Gujarati translations
o Fixes for Indic glyph layout
o Work better with IIIMF international input methods
o Work around #124374# (spell checking out-of-memory crash)
o Some Japanese glyph layout fixes

Full changes list is in the RPM changelog.
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* Thu Mar  3 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-9

- #rh139032# OO Writer crashes when enabling automatic hyphenation in Polish document

* Wed Mar  2 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-8

- Ensure that wrapper scripts have correct permissions

* Mon Feb 28 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-7

- #rh146431# OOcalc: Printouts cut off at bottom of page when "fit printout to number of pages" used
- #rh147257# Can't edit sequence of dates
- #rh146883# Fill Series behavior broken in Calc
- #rh144440# New auto-fill doesn't work right for date formatted cells
- #rh126701# Incorrect Instructions in Help file for managing fonts
- #rh140171# Auto Pilot Forms reports missing files
- #rh146758# Cannot unhide rows in calc

* Sat Feb 12 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-6

- Revert _another_ Novell patch that caused individual programs not to launch

* Sat Feb  5 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-5

- Disable Evo2 connector on FC4 builds until we can get it ported to Evo 2.2

* Tue Feb  1 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-4

- #rh146328# Fix printer discovery

* Tue Feb  1 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-3

- #rh146580# Dump upstream Novell patch that shifts rows on paste in Calc

* Fri Jan 21 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-2

- Update to latest ooo-build.
- NOTE: there may still be some i18n text-entry bugs when using
        IIIMF input modules.

* Thu Jan  6 2005 Dan Williams  - 1.1.3-1

- Update to OpenOffice.org 1.1.3, latest ooo-build

* Sun Dec 12 2004 Dan Williams  - 1.1.2-18

- #rh137854# Japanese document from Windows is heavily broken
        (Pass #2, much better fix this time around)
- #rh129719# Upstream indic translations need to be incorporated into OOo packages
        (Work around translation bugs, most Gujarati UI strings should be native now)

* Tue Dec  7 2004 Dan Williams  - 1.1.2-17

- #rh123018# .xls files don't open under recent documents
- #rh124877# [Portuguese] Tools -> Options get confused
- #rh129719# Upstream indic translations need to be incorporated into OOo packages
        (Untranslated strings are now English, not German)
- #rh134021# oocalc not able to use the fontset for different languages
- #rh137012# Bengali does not have fallback fonts (Caolan)
- #rh138056# [OOo] unable to fallback to tamil, punjabi, gujarati font
- Better Input Method behavior

* Mon Dec  6 2004 Dan Williams  - 1.1.2-16

- Fix RH9 builds by adding patch for db4 4.0 (Peter Backlund)
- Split out the direct OOo patches rather than having them be
        patches against /dev/null
- #rh140041# opening multiple files fails (Caolan)
- #rh138649# Tamil characters have spacing problem (overlapping glyphs)
- #rh137954# Openoffice UI broken in indic locales
- #rh137522# [OOo] sends two right and left arrow to OOo apps
- Trim dictionary list to work around #rh124374# for the time being

* Wed Nov 24 2004 Dan Williams  - 1.1.2-14

- #rh129719# Upstream indic translations need to be incorporated into OOo packages
                (Fix transex3 to not screw up the merges)
- #rh136990# Backspace fails after IIIMF input
- Sort and prune duplicate entries from dictionary.lst file

* Tue Nov 23 2004 Dan Williams  - 1.1.2-13

- #rh109628# Font 'Symbol' not displayed correctly (Caolan)
- #rh129719# Upstream indic translations need to be incorporated into OOo
		packages (Actually merge the translations this time)
- Accomodate gcc 3.2.3 on gcc 3.4 systems (ie, RHEL4)

* Mon Nov 22 2004 Dan Williams  - 1.1.2-12

- #rh129719# (partial) Incorporate updated Gujarati translation,
        Add ta_IN translation
- Rebuild to pick up new db4 in FC4
- Link to our .desktop files rather than copying them, so that
        we can immediately pick up changes rather than having to rebuild


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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/2/

a373ad69d3fc1666874d1ab77314f2c7  SRPMS/openoffice.org-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.src.rpm
349f4943f0a02c621ae1a65c4d6fc1c1  x86_64/openoffice.org-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
1f641de227766cce6d22cf31f32c11f9  x86_64/openoffice.org-libs-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
c14139352236e96c97e2d281df7a470e  x86_64/openoffice.org-i18n-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
349f4943f0a02c621ae1a65c4d6fc1c1  i386/openoffice.org-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
1f641de227766cce6d22cf31f32c11f9  i386/openoffice.org-libs-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
c14139352236e96c97e2d281df7a470e  i386/openoffice.org-i18n-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
592b8defaa8a0bcb4a7c42d00e335ef8  i386/openoffice.org-kde-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm
5402a80592a760b12ba5a56dd8d38c3f  i386/debug/openoffice.org-debuginfo-1.1.3-9.4.0.fc2.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  
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