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Libreoffice 3.6.0 always crash after install. Why?

Hello. I was very happy with LibreOffice 3.5.4, and did not know I was happy! So, uninstalled version 3.5.4, downloaded and installed version 3.6.0. Then my problems started.

I always have problems in start the program. The system return a popup message: Fatal Error. Unhandled exception: InvalidRegistryException: file///C:Program%20......

Now, I no longer have the installers of the stable version 3.5.4

I think you should try at least test the program before releasing it to the public. This would avoid this embarrassing fiasco.

I think my solution is to download Apache OpenOffice 3.4.0, and try to be happy again!

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Libreoffice 3.6.0 always crash after install. Why?

Hello. I was very happy with LibreOffice 3.5.4, and did not know I was happy! So, uninstalled version 3.5.4, downloaded and installed version 3.6.0. Then my problems started.

I always have problems in start the program. The system return a popup message: Fatal Error. Unhandled exception: InvalidRegistryException: file///C:Program%20......

Now, I no longer have the installers of the stable version 3.5.4

I think you should try at least test the program before releasing it to the public. This would avoid this embarrassing fiasco.

I think my solution is to download Apache OpenOffice 3.4.0, and try to be happy again!

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Libreoffice 3.6.0 always crash after install. Why?

Hello. I was very happy with LibreOffice 3.5.4, and did not know I was happy! So, uninstalled version 3.5.4, downloaded and installed version 3.6.0. Then my problems started.

I always have problems in start the program. The system return a popup message: Fatal Error. Unhandled exception: InvalidRegistryException: file///C:Program%20......

Now, I no longer have the installers of the stable version 3.5.4

I think you should try at least test the program before releasing it to the public. This would avoid this embarrassing fiasco.

I think my solution is to download Apache OpenOffice 3.4.0, and try to be happy again!

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Libreoffice 3.6.0 always crash after install. Why?

Hello. I was very happy with LibreOffice 3.5.4, and did not know I was happy! So, uninstalled version 3.5.4, downloaded and installed version 3.6.0. Then my problems started.

I always have problems in start the program. The system return a popup message: Fatal Error. Unhandled exception: InvalidRegistryException: file///C:Program%20......

Now, I no longer have the installers of the stable version 3.5.4

I think you should try at least test the program before releasing it to the public. This would avoid this embarrassing fiasco.

I think my solution is to download Apache OpenOffice 3.4.0, and try to be happy again!

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Libreoffice 3.6.0 always crash after install. Why?

Hello. I was very happy with LibreOffice 3.5.4, and did not know I was happy! So, uninstalled version 3.5.4, downloaded and installed version 3.6.0. Then my problems started.

I always have problems in start the program. The system return a popup message: Fatal Error. Unhandled exception: InvalidRegistryException: file///C:Program%20......

Now, I no longer have the installers of the stable version 3.5.4

I think you should try at least test the program before releasing it to the public. This would avoid this embarrassing fiasco.

I think my solution is to download Apache OpenOffice 3.4.0, and try to be happy again!

Libreoffice 3.6.0 always crash after install. Why?

Hello. I was very happy with LibreOffice 3.5.4, and did not know I was happy! So, uninstalled version 3.5.4, downloaded and installed version 3.6.0. Then my problems started.

I always have problems in start the program. The system return a popup message: Fatal Error. Unhandled exception: InvalidRegistryException: file///C:Program%20......

Now, I no longer have the installers of the stable version 3.5.4

I think you should try at least test the program before releasing it to the public. This would avoid this embarrassing fiasco.

I think my solution is to download Apache OpenOffice 3.4.0, and try to be happy again!