I think for saving in MS Word 2003 XML the JAVA runtime is needed. Maybe there is a problem with the detection of JAVA after the upgrade to High Sierra on the mac where the problem occurs?
Regards, Matthias Am 14.02.2018 um 14:55 schrieb Jim Jagielski: > I also had no issue. > > Just for fun, I saved to both APFS and HFS+ file-systems... > >> On Feb 13, 2018, at 6:27 PM, Larry Gusaas <larry.gus...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Tested using OpenOffice 4.1.5 & macOS 10.13.3 High Sierra >> >> Saved an existing .odt & a .doc file as "Microsoft Word 2003 XML (.xml)" >> Both files saved and reopened. >> >> Larry >> >> On 2018-02-13, 4:56 PM Andrea Pescetti wrote concerning "Bug on macOS X and >> Microsoft Word 2003 XML format": >>> A bug has been reported on the Italian mailing list but I'd like to get >>> verification by a Mac user. >>> >>> To reproduce: >>> >>> 1. Be on High Sierra (but it would be useful to check with other versions >>> too; the reporter says everything worked correctly, with OpenOffice 4.1.5, >>> before upgrading to High Sierra). OpenOffice 4.1.5. >>> >>> 2. Create a new text document, write "Test", save as "Microsoft Word 2003 >>> XML (.xml)" - a rather rare format, but we officially support it. >>> >>> 3. One should be able to save the document and reopen it correctly. The >>> reporter says he gets "Write error" on High Sierra with 4.1.5 (and the file >>> is not saved), while his previous macOS version worked fine with 4.1.5. >>> >>> Note: .odt and .doc work well; only that specific format is problematic. >>> Also note: I couldn't reproduce the issue on Linux. >>> >>> The bug would not be particularly important in itself, but the many build >>> attempts with XML libraries on macOS make this worth checking. >>> >>> Regards, >>> Andrea. >>> >>> __________ >>> >> >> -- >> _________________________________ >> >> Larry I. Gusaas >> Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada >> Website: http://larry-gusaas.com <http://larry-gusaas.com/> >> >> "An artist is never ahead of his time but most people are far behind >> theirs." - Edgard Varese >
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