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RE: [SLE] StarOffice 6.0
  • From: "Art Fore" <art_fore@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2002 21:33:48 -0800
  • Message-id: <HJEPLJODOMIPKPAABOFFKEJICEAA.art_fore@xxxxxxxx>
I found the same thing with HancomWord6. Also found copying items from
spreadsheet, etc did not go well and the import/export did not got well.


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Reith [mailto:reith@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Saturday, March 23, 2002 9:16 PM
To: Kevin McLauchlan; Landy Roman
Cc: Christopher Mahmood; SLE-list
Subject: Re: [SLE] StarOffice 6.0

The trial version looks very promising. Promising is the operative word,

rather than functional. I saved the Word app for last, finding the
very satisfying. When I opened the Word app, the pull-down menus were
halfway under the title bar, the fonts within the pull-down aspects were

overlapped, and the fonts were absolutely buggy in the internal windows.

Thinking this might be anti-aliasing, I disabled it, and tried various
system fonts. No help. Too bad, actually, as the suite looked so
Admittedly, HancomWord 6 is a beta.

Mike R

On Thursday 21 March 2002 06:53, Kevin McLauchlan wrote:

Do you know of any relatively unbiased, detailed
third-party reviews of Hancom Office 2?

I'm interested in a package that can do enough of
what Framemaker does, to make the writing of long-ish
commercial documents bearable in Linux. I thought
K-Word might be it, but its own lack of documentation
is crippling me.

StarOffice 5.2 wasn't there for me, either, but
version 6 looks very promising.

The Hancom site has brief blurbs, but doesn't appear
to have nitty-gritty detail about their packages (unless
I missed a whole section of their web site...


On Tue, 2002-03-19 at 18:20, Landy Roman wrote:
i strongly recommend hancom office
it rocks

"We often read nowadays of the valor or audacity with which some rebel
attacks a hoary tyranny or an antiquated superstition. There is not
any courage at all in attacking hoary or antiquated things, any more
than in
offering to fight one's grandmother. The really courageous man is he who

defies tyrannies young as the morning and superstitions fresh as the
flowers." G.K. Chesterton

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