Created attachment 76837 [details]
Screen shot of the type of dialogue box shown
Even after disabling the Use libreoffice dialogue in Tools --> Options --> General Use libreoffice dialogue(unchecked). the display of the open/save and other dialogues still shows up as libreoffice dialogues rather than as dolphin (default file viewer used by my OS).
I have checked whether it was my own problem or a bug by posting it in opensuse forum and found that other members were also facing this issue.
The info was posted in the following link: http://forums.opensuse.org/english/get-technical-help-here/applications/484529-libreoffice-4-0-1-2-a.html
Request you to resolve the same and release a patch for the users who have already installed this version.
Created attachment 76838 [details]
Screen Shot showing that libreoffice dialogues are disabled
(In reply to comment #0)
> The info was posted in the following link:
> Request you to resolve the same and release a patch for the users who have
> already installed this version.
Seems the issue is fixed in newer version, can you confirm that?
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From the screenshot it's clear the you're using the generic vcl plugin, not the KDE one. You should install it in order to get KDE like file picker. It's 'libreoffice-kde' package for Fedora/Ubuntu, don't know the exact package name for OpenSUSE.