Created attachment 59726 [details]
See attachment: Find info on 'autocomplete' crashes LibreOffice Writer 3.5.2.
NOT reproducible with "LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 English UI/Locale [Build-ID: 281b639-6baa1d3-ef66a77-d866f25-f36d45f] on German WIN7 Home Premium (64bit)
Reproduced on Home/Premium Windows 7 laptop with internet disconnected:
no crash but "LibreOffice has stopped"
Same version (188.8.131.52 / GB)
Even reproduced on XP laptop with 184.108.40.206
Now I'm going to suspect JAVA: I run JAVA 7u3 everywhere .......
LibreOffice 'sees' JAVA 1.7.0_03 but the help says "it's defective".
I verified all JAVA installations and they're fine.
I presume 220.127.116.11 is not entirely prepared for JAVA 7 ......
Could you try with a brand new LO profile ?
If found this file: javasettings_Windows_x86.xml in each account.
I wonder why those lines were never updated when I updated LO (twice)
AFTER I un-installed JAVA 1.6 and installed JAVA 1.7
I'd rather change those lines by hand than to throw away all my settings.
First thank you for your feedback.
Make a backup of your LO profile and yes you can try. Keep us informed, it could be an interesting bug to solve.
I edited the file (on WindowsXP):
c:\Documents and Settings\joop\Application Data\LibreOffice\3\user\config\javasettings_Windows_x86.xml
replacing only those 2 directory names: 1.6.0_30 into jdk1.7.0_03
I tried the Help-Find and: see attached crash page.
(I did not SEND to MS)
Created attachment 60004 [details]
Almost the same as before.
For the test, could you :
- move the directory of your LO profile so you have a backup + it will force LO to recreate a brand new profile when you start it again
- create a special backup of javasettings_Windows_x86.xml (javasettings_Windows_x86.xml.backup)
- launch LO (it creates the new LO profile) and test if it's ok
- if it's ok, replace javasettings_Windows_x86.xml of your backup profile with the javasettings_Windows_x86.xml of the brand new LO profile
then remove the brand new LO profile and move back your backup LO profile to its original location
(hope it's clear :-) )
It was clear, BUT ......................
I moved the whole directory tree
c:\Documents and Settings\joop\Application Data\LibreOffice
to a safe place, then re-run LO Writer.
- lost all settings and customisations as expected,
- did create a brand new tree,
- did NOT create a new "javasettings_Windows_x86.xml"
Moreover: when I hit F1 or Help, there's no help any more but my browser is run with:
So, ................. ????
Try to uninstall the jre you don't use and try again with a brand new LO profile.
You should come sometimes on irc #libreoffice channel (try to use Joop as nickname), mine is julien2412
Sorry to disappoint you but:
- I un-installed that unused JRE from the start,
- I'm too old for other social media than this.
this seems to be related to (and possibly a dupe of): https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=38913
Since the bug Björn mentions has been resolved by now, Joop, could you please try reproducing this problem with LO 4?
Because of several early version 4 bugs I delayed upgrading and remained in 3.8
for some time.
You triggered me into upgrading on all our systems (3):
1) WindowsXP, JAVA 7u17 (only), LibO 18.104.22.168 GB :: OK
more to come.
2) Mountain Lion 10.8.3 on MacBook Pro Retina, JAVA 1.6.0_43 (APPLE),
LibO 22.214.171.124 GB :: OK
Failed to tell LibO to run from the also installed JAVA 7u17:
it refuses to accept the path to that JRE (while ECLIPSE does!);
then again, for the time being it might be better, the GUI and fonts are displayed sharply, so may be this is Retina supported (?!?).
more to come.
3) Windows7, JAVA 7u17 (64 bits and 32 bits JRE), LibO 126.96.36.199 GB :: OK
Will I uninstall the 32 bits JRE to force all on the 64 bits JRE?
Joop: since LO is 32 bits only for Windows, I would say you should only keep 32bits Java but it's just a guess.
As I develop in JAVA7 with 64 bits as a target I'll keep everything as it is now.
If everything works for you, you can put it SOLVED.
I didn't think that Java 64 would work with LO 32 but I'm not at all an expert and if you say it's ok... :-)
To be honest, it seems like ages that I knew what exactly was going on in 'my' computer(s).
Nowadays I'm satisfied if it does the job.
Thanks for all attention.
Since, there's no specific fix, I put WFM.