John P. Looney wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 12, 2002 at 11:09:28AM +0100, Padraig Brady mentioned:
>>>First point already mentioned is if you want to let OO
>>anywhere near a P133 64MB machine then (at least for the
>>demo) just use it as an x server.
>> Running from the nice Sun box that's doing Samba, perchance ?
>>>But why are you using OO anyway? Currently OO only supports
>>32K rows in the spreadsheet, excel = 64K, gnumeric = mem limited.
>>Also abiword is getting there fast. You could possibly run
>>gnumeric and abiword on a P133.
To clarify, I understood the 64K limit on spreadsheet rows
was a serious problem for Merrill.
> Yeah, but Abiword doesn't support opening more than one document at once,
> or tables, so it's pretty useless, no ?
They fixed that bug for me last month :-)
Tables support is nearly done.
Seriously it's getting much better.
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