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Re: [opensuse] OpenOffice.org 3.1(and prev versions) locking up?
- From: Clayton <smaug42@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 10:41:34 +0200
- Message-id: <e29967880909020141m1aee5a35x384f4f67988f87c1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
In some cases, I
can no longer work on the document in OOo on openSUSE... but I can
fire up a VM and edit the document just fine using OOo Windows or OOo
in another Linux distro install (so I'm assuming the document is not
What about another user account on this same machine?
There is an extensive file structure of work files in each user's
directory (a hidden subdirectory) that may be corrupted for your
Yup, tried that too. New account... deleted the user config files...
rebooted... new/clean install even. No difference. Randomly in
random documents... I get a lockup in OOo, but once it locks up I can
consistently duplicate the lockup.
The doc today... I've been working in it for about an hour, doing my
usual edit, and save routine, saving every page or so of edits. On
page 38 it locked up while editing a table (adjusting styles). Kill
and restart... lockup before I can even get to page 38. Kill and
restart... again.. lockup. Go do something else for 10 minutes.. come
back.. open the document, and I can scroll to page 38. Start editing
the table.. no problems... finish up edits on the table and move to
editing body text... lockup.
I can move on to a different document, and no problems (so a user
profile corruption is unlikely since it does not affect any other
documents)... I can edit that entire other document start to finish...
no issues... come back to the original document and... lockup. Open
that problem document in another Linux distro or in Windows (in VBox,
using shares, and editing the document in-situ - ie it's not
moved/copied etc.) and no problems. I've sent the problem documents
to other people... and they can open edit with no issues... so a
document corruption is unlikely since the document is fine for other
You might say I'm a bit baffled by this. It's not new, but hasn't
been a big issue until recently when I'm trying to work on a lot of
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