[Debian-hebrew-common] Re: Hebrew OOo with gnome/KDE integration
are a mess
is at cs.hmc.edu
Fri Jun 23 01:09:55 UTC 2006
I noticed the problem with drop-down boxes about a year and half ago
and submitted to a bug:
The package maintainer has merged the new bug with my old ones, at
least for now. My bug has been tagged pending, so hopefully this will
be fixed soon (possibly as well as the other issues reported).
On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 02:51:09PM +0300, Shlomi Israel wrote:
> I have opened a bug in the debian BTS:
> On 6/17/06, Shlomi Israel <sijproject at gmail.com> wrote:
> >Hi good people,
> >I had recently, opened a thread in the openoffice.org.il forums concerning
> >this issue.
> >it seems that OpenOffice.org, while in Hebrew mode, with gnome/KDE look
> >imitation, looks horribly wrong.
> >the thread can be view here:
> >as you can see with the pictures in that thread, there is a great usability
> >problem with the hebrew package. some buttons don't work, while others are
> >not displayed correctly.
> >I have just installed the official OOo deb packages on debian, and it looks
> >great. This bug is quite problematic, denying the user from using APT
> >has super cow powers).
> >Is this a known issue?
> >what had been done so far?
> >just for the record is here a screenshot showing the official OOo:
> > http://sijp.no-ip.info
> >please send me documents in open formats only, see
> >http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html for
> >more info
> please send me documents in open formats only, see
> http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html for more info
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