2006-September Archive by Thread

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If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • Building Macprts Gnumeric package with Python plugin?, Wolfgang Keller
  • Building gnumeric on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4?, Brian Borchers
  • gsf patch - objdir build, Robert Staudinger
  • Developing macros in Gnumeric?, Michael
  • file insertion ?, David Ronis
  • sheet selection with ssconvert, Paul Stravers
  • Copying and pasting between Gnumeric notebooks, Jason Heeris
  • text mode columns strip leading "+"?, Thomas Mellman
  • Re: Another problem - page locked, Morten Welinder
  • Windows-Alter number of rows, Tristan Wallbank
  • goffice in abiword, Robert Staudinger
  • Cursor and charts, Herb Desson
  • max rows, Tristan Wallbank
  • Is GConf running on windows?, Christian Stimming
  • Goffice and cairo, Emmanuel Pacaud
  • recurrences and scenarios (?) [how to question], Jeff Abrahamson
  • How do you create win32 packages of gnumeric?, Christian Stimming
  • libgsf compilation problems on Solaris 8, Dotun Olafunmiloye
  • Expressions for Names?, Wolfgang Keller
  • When is there likely to be a new Windows version out and Macro support, Julian Robbins

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