Li­breOf­fice ver­sion 4.2.1 is out!

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The Doc­u­ment Foun­da­tion has an­nounced a mi­nor up­date for Li­breOf­fice, OSS’ very own an­swer to Mi­crosoft Of­fice. Li­breOf­fice ver­sion 4.2.1 comes with some changed and added menu en­tries, as the re­lease note states. The up­date fol­lows Li­breOf­fice 4.2.

“Li­breOf­fice 4.2 was ex­tremely am­bi­tious, in terms of code refac­tor­ing. Be­cause of this, we planned an ex­ten­sive qual­ity as­sur­ance cy­cle, based on au­to­mated tests fol­lowed by QA sprints in De­cem­ber and Jan­uary, but we were not able to catch all the is­sues. Based on early adopters’ feed­back, de­vel­op­ers and QA ex­perts have jumped in im­me­di­ately, and have solved the most ur­gent prob­lems in less than three weeks, show­ing the im­por­tance of our large com­mu­nity,” Thorsten Behrens, chair­man, Doc­u­ment Foun­da­tion was quoted as say­ing. Li­breOf­fice 4.2.1 for Win­dows will al­low mul­ti­ple user in­ter­face lan­guages. Mean­while, the Mac ver­sion has done away with the me­di­awiki ex­ten­sion.

Li­breOf­fice 4.2 was tar­geted to­wards early adopters and was an­other sig­nif­i­cant step for­ward for the best free of­fice suite ever.

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