The Document Foundation is happy to announce the first release candidate of LibreOffice 3.3.2. The upcoming 3.3.2 is the second in a series of frequent bugfix releases on top of our LibreOffice 3.3 product. Please be aware that LibreOffice 3.3.2 RC1 is not yet ready for production use, you should continue to use LibreOffice 3.3 for that.The Release Candidate 1 is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X from our QA builds download page at
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A list of known issues with 3.3.2 RC1 is available from our wiki:
Following is the list of changes against LibreOffice 3.3.1:
- translation and dictionary updates
- fdo#33189: en-US fallback strings for incomplete translations
- fdo#34565: Why checking on the default attribute to set the
- calc: Properly invalidate cached sheet XML streams during reference
- fdo#34350: Make sure these values are positive; we use them to
- fdo#33756: Fixed incorrect cursor navigation.
- fdo#31939: Go through all tokens to look for a volatile one.
- fdo#34909: Enable import of macros for docxm
- #fdo34941: ensure a valid mediatype is set up for the ooxml
- fdo#33701: ensure node outlives xpath
- fdo#34664: prevent null pointer access when no ffdata available
- fdo#33468: remove Online Update and Improvement program
- fdo#34533: occasional blank first slide in presentation
- fdo#34699: some pythonsamples not visible on Mac OS X
- bnc#665112: work around IM problems with KDE4 integration
- fdo#34908: Writer looses information in tick boxes
Again a BIG Thank You! to all of you having contributed to the LibreOffice project – this release would not have been possible without your help.