Calligra 2.5.4 ready to use

On Wednesday, November 21, the development team of Calligra announced that version 2.5.4 of this special office suite was available for download for KDE.

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This new version as the same authors announce is "The fourth bugfix version of the Calligra suite" in its stable branch 2.5, noting that many bugs have been corrected and they recommend updating to this version.

Some of the new features to be found in this new version are:

  • Correction in the configuration of the FreeTDS for the new versions.
  • Fixed the detail with the autosave that is only activated on the first change.
  • Fixed compilation for ARM.

For more information and how to install on your favorite distro, I leave the official announcement here!


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  1.   Miguel-Palacio said

    Has someone made the fonts look good with this suite? While working I mean (when exported to PDF for example it looks like it should). It is that I have not been able, I always get blurred by more things that move in the KDE source options.

      1.    Miguel-Palacio said

        No no, with LibreOffice they look good. The problem is with Calligra ;-). In any case, I had not heard about infinality and it could be very useful (especially in Firefox). Thank you.

  2.   Josh said

    Thanks for the info. Someone who uses calligra can tell me how it differs from libreoffice (resources, stability, etc).

    1.    maximi89 said

      I can assure you that it is in performance, it has a much higher performance since it is written in C ++, but it has a detail, the usability of it changes radically, parts are lost on the screen etc ... but the latest version I have not tested yet, so I didn't say anything xd

  3.   msx said

    What I never knew about KOffice / Calligra is why KOffice almost died and Calligra has a development boom along with the best F / LOSS projects.

  4.   Ghermain said

    A shame with the Calligra developers, I have been installing it to test it every time there is a new version and I always end up uninstalling it and continuing with LibreOffice now in its version 3.6.3
    They pretend that it is something easier to use but they forget that most people either use M $ 2007 or 2010 if it is in W $ (most of them) or use LO or OO if it is in Linux not to mention MAC that also uses M $; and the work schemes are very different although at first glance it does not seem so, the files in Text or in a spreadsheet are exported in ODF when opened in M ​​$ a disaster, not so much in LO or OO and if we make a presentation it is It is difficult to handle and then when exported it does not open correctly with any other suite and vice versa, what is brought from other suites is displayed but the fidelity of the original is not maintained.
    They have a long way to go and if what they want to do is something very different, it will take them a long time to change the customs that we have already learned.

  5.   toniem said

    To install Calligra 2.5.4 in openSUSE you can consult this article http://guiadelcamaleon.blogspot.com.es/2012/12/instalar-version-actualizada-calligra-opensuse.html.

    A greeting.