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PostPosted: Mon May 03, 2004 8:53 am    Post subject: a little request ?


I've tried intensively NeoOfficeJ in the last week ans it's working fine. I have compared it with OO. I regret just one thing, which can be very disturbing for users, specially for youngs students. In OO, when you close the window, Start OpenOffice remains, and you can open an other new file. In NeoOfficeJ, when you close the window, a few seconds later NeoOffice quits. The problem is that the user thought he was closing a file but not the application.

Would it be possible to add in the menu of NeoOffice the possibility to open directly a file ? So when a user closes the window, NeoOfficeJ remains and we can open a new file, without having to launch again NeoOfficeJ.

I think it's a lot of work, but it's just an idea.

Thanks for all the job done

Christian Very Happy
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