Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 16th Nov 2005 18:35 UTC, submitted by Frank Suhn
Zeta "An operating system without an office suite is limited in its mass market appeal, making this a fairly serious issue. When yellowTAB decided to update ZETA's compiler, much thought was given to this problem in particular, and finally an answer made itself clear."
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by MamiyaOtaru on Wed 16th Nov 2005 22:29 UTC
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BeOS and OOo, a natural fit. OOo is the embodiment of ease of use and speedy interface, it will feel right at home!

No alternatives to suggest though, so better an office suite than none I guess.

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by on Thu 17th Nov 2005 02:05 in reply to "right"
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OOo isnt extremely fast and use little ram on older systems. hence the reason it 'doesnt fit' beos. it just wouldnt feel like a beos app. firefox sure doesnt...

oh, and theres no way i would call openoffice "speedy".

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by on Thu 17th Nov 2005 06:57 in reply to "RE: right"
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OOo isnt extremely fast and use little ram on older systems. hence the reason it 'doesnt fit' beos. it just wouldnt feel like a beos app. firefox sure doesnt...

oh, and theres no way i would call openoffice "speedy".


The parent poster was being sarcastic just in case you didnīt noticed it. :-)

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