Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 2nd Oct 2005 19:03 UTC
Features, Office One of the announcements at the current OO.oCon is the decision to build a Cocoa-based version of OpenOffice.org 2.x for Mac OS X. This is a step forward compared to the current X11-based port and the Neo/J Office which is not up-to-date. No timeframe estimation was given for the completion of the project.
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Excellent!
by DoctorPepper on Sun 2nd Oct 2005 19:24 UTC
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2005-07-12

I really don't want to purchase MS Office X for the little bit of word processing I do on my Mac, and I've tried AbiWord (getting closer, but still not all there), NeoOffice/J (this is the one I use on a day-to-day basis. Slow as molassis, but it works) and ThinkFree Office (not even close). Let's not even talk about AppleWorks shall we?

I think a native version of OOo for the Mac would be excellent. Thanks!

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