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Last time, about a year ago, I checked Gnumeric's rendering of xsl files they looked choppy -- which is a shame because it was so nice to use in all other respects.
I grabbed the latest version when I installed Debian and gave it another run with MS compatibility. It now displays MS format beautifully -- at least on my tests.
Gnumeric loads up in about 1/15 the time of OpenOffice and their functionality seem about equal.
1959 me 0 0 42620 41M 35124 S 0.0 33.5 0:00 soffice.bin
1889 me 0 0 10504 10M 6888 S 0.0 8.2 0:01 gnumeric
Thats on the same xls sheet...
Everyone is raving about KDE3, but it is just too big for my taste.
Until I decide I've found the right combination there is no point in setting up my menues etc
Curses, indecision getting the better of me again - might hop back to XFCE for a while
('scuse the newbie-ness of the question, but is there any way to get cut and paste working between applciations without using KDE or Gnome?)
I guess its something to do with the gnome/kde/windows maker interaction and whichever software I am running.
God, I hate being a newbie again (not going back though, no sir, not ever:))
Its the biggest thing I miss on Windows!!