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2015-10-20 18:32:34 +0100 answered a question Zašto se, tokom obrade teksta, uključivši "bosnian" verziju, navodi se da je jezik "bošnjački"? Mislim da postoji službeni naziv za taj jezik, a to je "bosanski". Lijep pozdrav

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Prema ovome, osoba odgovorna za bosanski jezik je Vedran Ljubović, i može ga se kontaktirati na: vedran at linux dot org dot ba

Ukoliko je isto u najnovijoj LibreOffice inačici, probajte ga kontaktirati da ispravi grešku (ukoliko je greška).

2015-10-20 18:24:02 +0100 commented answer How to convert specific sheet to CSV via command line?

Yes, that could work, but since my spreadsheet in quite complex, converting from ods to xlsx would probably destroy something. + it's longer way :) Anyway, thanks for solution.

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2015-02-18 23:27:42 +0100 asked a question How to convert specific sheet to CSV via command line?

Looking at this question and answers ( ), plus checking some other resources, I found out that you can batch convert spreadsheet files to CSV. This is command you can use:

soffice --headless --convert-to csv:"Text - txt - csv (StarCalc)":"59,ANSI,1" test.ods

Only problem I have is, I don't want to convert first/default sheet. I want to convert specific sheet (defined by order number or name). Does anyone know how to convert specific sheet with this command? My guess is that opening spreadsheet file in specific sheet and then converting would work also, but not sure how to do that via command line.

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2015-02-18 22:42:12 +0100 answered a question CLI - convert ods to csv with semicolon as delimiter

This works also:

soffice --headless --convert-to csv:"Text - txt - csv (StarCalc)":"59,ANSI,1" test.ods

Is there a way to mark which sheet number I want to convert when there is more then 1 sheet in document?

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2012-02-21 09:58:58 +0100 commented answer Why did you change save button?

Thanks. Didn't know you can do that, I'll pick one.

Suggestion to LO team, change save icon on default Tango theme, looks bad and it's not intuitive.

2012-02-21 08:31:33 +0100 commented answer Why did you change save button?

Things SHOULD change, but not for worse.

2012-02-21 07:15:51 +0100 asked a question Why did you change save button?

Old save button was a lot better. You don't have to change things JUST to be different, you should change to make it better. Save button in 3.5 is bad, I offten want to click OPEN button since it's looks more like save button then current one.

People are used to floppy disk save button, change design if you want, but leave is recognizible.

Best regards, Mikeyy