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I'm not sure if anyone knows this, but you can play SuperTux in your browser.
I can't imagine why anyone would WANT to, since it is unbearably slow, but it's still an option. Just thought I'd put this out there.
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Because they have advertising.

That, and they also have BAT.


What LibreOffice addon(s) do you find most useful?
My personal favorite is [Export As Images](https://extensions.libreoffice.org/en/extensions/show/export-as-images).
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Ubuntu 22.04 "Jammy Jellyfish" is out!
https://files.catbox.moe/lgi63v.mp4
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Feel free to ask any questions you have about LibreOffice here.
If you have any questions at all about LibreOffice - support, documentation, bugs, etc. - please don't hesitate to share them on this community.
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What new features would you like to see in LibreOffice?
I think it's time to try something new with this community rather than just posting articles all the time. Personally, I'd like to see some improvements to Impress and Draw regarding the Line tool. I'd add the changes myself, but then I'd have to learn C++ and Java.
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Looks like LO 7.3 is really popular...
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> Do you want to contribute to the LibreOffice development, but you don’t know enough about the LiberOffice code internals? Do you want to enhance the application or fix a bug in LibreOffice, but you don’t know how to do that? LibreOffice developer community can help you not only for at the beginning, but by helping you focus on the right aspect of the code. Reviewers will review your code that eventually will be part of the LibreOffice code!
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I recommend Trisquel.

This is assuming her computer can run without any proprietary drivers. Trisquel uses the Linux-libre kernel, so some stuff like WiFi may not work. But if it’s just a desktop workstation that connects to Ethernet, she should have no problem.


Mine is just a 16-bit mushroom from Super Mario. I don’t remember why I chose it but I think it looks cool.




This looks very cool and interesting. https://www.libreofficeexpert.com/
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  • Ubuntu Touch, unfortunately. Though UBports is keeping it going.
  • Vidme and Vlare, which were both potential alternatives to YouTube but were shut down due to lack of funding.

"That feels weird, but I'll allow it." -- Doctor Stephen Strange, *Spider-Man: No Way Home*
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This version includes 90 bug fixes and improvements to document compatibility. The changelogs provide details of the fixes: changes in RC1 and changes in RC2. Download now (or just use your distro's repository, if applicable): https://www.libreoffice.org/download/download/
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EDIT: You should also try “sudo apt install hollywood” for a similar effect.




I was going to suggest using Jxself’s apt repository, but I just read that you use Manjaro.

It seems like the Linux-libre kernel is in the AUR. I don’t use Arch and have never used Arch-based distros, so I can’t say how well it will work.

If all else fails and you are insistent on using the Linux-libre kernel, you can just install a 100% libre distribution. There are ones that are Arch-based, if you so desire.


At this point I would just get a really big monitor.


I’ll try to get some of these right.

First Row: Arch, Debian, Fedora, EndlessOS, openSUSE, Pop!_OS, ???

Second Row: EndeavorOS, Gentoo, Puppy, Slackware, Trisquel

Third Row: Void, Solus, BSD(?), Crunchbang

Fourth Row: ???, ???, ???, Android, Ubuntu

Please correct me if I’m wrong.


Snail-mailing a handwritten note to your friend in a secret code that only the both of you know.



Well, the subtitle of the flyer says “Made for you, and free!”. But “free” is used ambiguously.





I’d say it’s worth it. If you don’t know how to (or don’t want to) install Retroboot, then I’d suggest save up your money and have RetroFreedom do it for you, that’s what I’m gonna do.


With a name like “Qalculate” I was expecting it to be Qt-based, but it’s actually GTK-based. Nonetheless, thanks for posting!


This is really interesting, never thought of it this way. Thanks for sharing!