Hi Mathias,

>> Not sure I'd sign this. Technically, I could imagine the embedded object
>> adding Undo actions to the Undo manager of the container document
>> (letting those actions survive/handle the temporary destruction of the
>> embedded object when it is deactivated is, well, a challenge only, not
>> an impossibility, I suppose :) ).
>> Whether this is desired from an UX point of view might be a different
>> question.
> This will break at least if the OLE object is not an OOo object. :-P

Sure, the implicit premise for the above statement was "embedded OOo
object" :-P

> Besides that, of course nothing is impossible in software.

That's an urban legend. Except you can show me the piece of code which
solves the halting problem.


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