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when document foundation is going to add all other feature what others have ,

asked 2016-03-01 10:02:26 +0100

Ashrafulhoda gravatar image

when document foundation is going to add all other feature what others have. LibreOffice Draw is really very poor. we expect immediate enhancement in it. if needed Libreoffice may charge some money in the name of support, a amount of money which user may not hesitate to pay. and in return they can get online support if needed. :)

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answered 2016-03-01 10:27:41 +0100

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when document foundation is going to add all other feature what others have.

LO is not a MSO clone. Each product in the office suite space needs to find their own path forward in the world. It is unlikely that LO will ever offer feature parity with all other available office suites.

we expect immediate enhancement in it.

The road to disappointment is paved with expectations. Expect little and life suddenly becomes a whole lot more joyous.

if needed Libreoffice may charge some money in the name of support, a amount of money which user may not hesitate to pay. and in return they can get online support if needed.

LO is a product, rather that an entity that charges a service fee, regardless, this is already available through Collabora.

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answered 2016-03-01 19:00:10 +0100

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LibreOffice Draw is really very poor.

No, it is not poor. Sure, improvements are always possible. But I'm sure Draw can more, than you are aware. Therefore it would be helpful, if you report your needs in single requests. Then it is easier to help you, to reach your goals.

we are already on the way to replace Microsoft project with Libre project, in our office with more than 80 users. where as Draw is concern non of them (users) liked it.

If your users do not like Draw, we need more details to help you. What kind of application have they used before? For what purpose do they have used it? For example, sometimes users are unhappy with Draw, because they expect an image editing application, and do not realize, that Draw is a vector graphics editor.

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answered 2016-03-01 13:05:22 +0100

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Thanks for your reply brother . my concern is Office Draw, why can we have stencils which can fulfil the requirement of LODraw . because at the end user need a symbols etc to finish there design. if this is missing than how others are going to use it,

we are already on the way to replace Microsoft project with Libre project, in our office with more than 80 users. where as Draw is concern non of them (users) liked it, we are not asking to be a replica , but we need a tool which can help us to get what we need, I hope you understand me.

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If you are looking to replace MS Visio with LO Draw there will be a feature difference and potential frustration. Draw is not a drop-in replacement. During v3.x LO underwent a basic consolidation after the split from OOo. Throughout v4.x substantial improvements were made to the behind-the-scenes code. Now with v5.x the focus is shifting more to UI/UX and the very nature of the role of Draw is under review.

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