LibreOffice is doing exactly what we wished for -- a dynamic and faster development cycle. The RC2 of 3.3.2 is already out for users to test. There are no dramatic new features added through this version, but this version does fix many bugs.
LibreOffice has filled the OfficeSuite space with fresh air. LibreOffice seems quite promising with all there releases. Much loved OpenOffice had reached the stage of stagnation, not much progress in terms of usability or interface was expected with OpenOffice. LibreOffice is breaking that thick mold of stagnation. The expectations with LibreOffice are increasing. That makes me wonder, are there any features you would like to see in LibreOffice?
One of the features that I would like to see in LibreOffice is Tabular Windows. I would prefer something similar to IBM's Symphony or Web browsers like Firefox or Chrome where you can open new pages as Tabs. I hope the feature will be added soon.
Another feature which is on my wish-list is an option to switch between desktop and netbook version. On netbooks, due to smaller screen size, it is hard to focus on typing when 25% of your screen is occupied by menus. If you also have similar feature request you can post it here under the comment section.
Here is a cool video about how to install LibreOffice 3.3.2 in Fedora 14 and how to tweak setting to optimize it for your netbook.
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