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It's not a big spreadsheet or anything. I have no idea why. Crash report attached, since it happened at the very same time I was submitting another bug!
Sorry I'm useless. I wish I could be of more help.
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Replaced .odt crash report file by plain text copy, to make it easier to view the report online.
Thank you very much for your bug report!
According to the crash log file, you are using LibreOffice 3.6.0. Could you please try to upgrade to the newest version, 3.6.3? This update fixes two bugs with symptoms similar to your report; the update is available from
So please update and then try if the crash with the spreadsheed still happens with the new version. Then please come back to this page
and leave an additional comment, stating if the crash with the spreadsheed still happens with the new version, and, if possible, what exactly you need to do in the spreadsheet file to make LibreOffice crash (invoke some command from the menu -- and which one? click somewhere -- and where? etc.). Then we can take additional steps to track down the problem.
Thank you very much for trying this in advance!
(Internal QA hint: this is yet another bug report related to the Mac OS X accessibility API. I am not sure yet if this is a known bug, or a new one ...)
Will do. Thank you for your help.
Closing this issue for now. Important information is missing.
Adam, if you still experience this problem, could you please try to:
* test against the latest stabel LO version (currently 3.6.4)
* test against the latest beta LO version (currently 4.0b2)
Should you still run into this problem, you can always re-open this issue.