macOS 10.13 High Sierra
LibreOffice Version 188.8.131.52
I cannot create a new file in Base!
Just downloaded LibreOffice to try today and found that I cannot use Base at all.
May be this latest version not compatible with this new macOS High Sierra.
For your support.
@supkorn : which version of the Java JDK have you installed ?
If you don't yet have a JDK, try Oracle JDK 1.8.
Currently, JDK 1.9 isn't recognized by LibreOffice in current production releases. A fix has been provided to allow for recognition in future releases.
In bug 100501, it is reported that LO 5422 should support recognition of JDK9.
@supkorn : if you haven't already installed a JDK9, please also test creating a Base file after having installed JDK9 and report back.
I would hasard a guess that this report is a DUP of bug 112551
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