It looks like Java 5 and the latest software updates will be required if you want to use the next version of OpenOffice.org (2.2) on Mac OS X. For more information please read a post to the users list by James Mckenzie.
Month: February 2007
Cycling: Round Fife
Today I headed North to Fife over the Forth Road Bridge, then the continued on the National Cycle Network to Dunfermline, where I managed to lose track of the sign posts for the National Cycle Network. Rather than turn back, I just continued on and ended up heading through Cowdenbeath, Lochgelly, and Kinglassie before arriving… Continue reading Cycling: Round Fife
Cycling: Edinburgh to Glasgow
On Saturday I took a cycle along the Union Canal to Falkirk and then the Forth and Clyde Canal to Glasgow. It was a total of about 60 or 70 miles. I timed it nicely for getting into Falkirk as I got to see the Falkirk Wheel turning. It was a really nice day for… Continue reading Cycling: Edinburgh to Glasgow
Nvu and KompoZer on Intel Macs
I’ve done a bit of searching on trying to compile Nvu and KompoZer on an Intel Mac and it would appear to be very difficult without lots of patches that have already been integrated into the Mozilla source code. They are both based on some old Mozilla/Gecko code. Namely the 1.7 aviary branch, which did… Continue reading Nvu and KompoZer on Intel Macs
Frappr works on the Mac again
For a while it has been impossible to upload photos to Frappr maps using Mac OS X. The Frappr team have recently got it sorted out, so I can now add my updated photo the the current OpenOffice.org Mac OS X Porting Developers map.
Cycling: Cross Country
Yesterday I took a 70 mile cycle along the East Coast from Edinburgh via Musselburgh, North Berwick, and Dunbar. It was a really nice day for cycling as there was only a gentle breeze and a nice spring sun, whilst not being too hot like in the middle of the summer. I can now say… Continue reading Cycling: Cross Country
How many more varieties of Vista does Microsoft want to produce?
I’ve come across a very good picture that shows the upgrade options for Windows XP and Mac OS X. Is it any wonder I will try to avoid Vista, it is so complicated. The Mac however is nice an simple.