I'm running Linux Mint Petra with KDE, and just recently pulled the latest libreoffice release (22.214.171.124 420m0(Build:3)). Now when I launch any Libreoffice application from the launcher, it freezes.
The issue seems to be with the %U flag in the command to run libreoffice. Running "libreoffice" from command line works fine; running "libreoffice %U" throws the error "/current/directory/%U does not exist" (where /current/directory/ is wherever I happen to type the command). If I remove the "%U" from my launcher shortcut, the program opens fine again.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open console
2. Launch any libreoffice application with the %U option
Libreoffice freezes and/or crashes when launched with the %U option
PS: I couldn't find the exact versions under the dropdown options, so chose as close as I could find.
Operating System: Linux (Other)
Version: 126.96.36.199 rc
TESTING with LO 4.2.7-0ubuntu + Ubuntu 14.04 (AMD64)
(In reply to jason.wallace from comment #0)
> Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Open console
> 2. Launch any libreoffice application with the %U option
What's the %U option?
> Current behavior:
> Libreoffice freezes and/or crashes when launched with the %U option
FWIW, LibreOffice does seem to freeze/hang if one runs 'libreoffice %U'.
Please change the status back to UNCONFIRMED after you explain the intended purpose of the %U switch.
Status -> NEEDINFO
Don't type '%U', write *the URL* of the document you want to open. Report back.
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