Hi Heiko and all:

        Thank you to finish clearing wide this issue, and by the information.

Regards,

Jorge Rodríguez


El 23/02/2018 a las 11:47, Heiko Tietze escribió:
Loading libraries is true for Windows only, Linux just shows the icon and 
LibreOffice starts per click (it likely doesn't work in all scenarios since the 
system tray has changed and is in transition). Whether or not to remove this 
feature was discussed in ESC but refused by the users [1,2]. Issues around the 
quickstarter are collected under the meta ticket [3]. The removal was planned 
and added to the release notes but never realized.

[1] 
https://design.blog.documentfoundation.org/2017/06/17/survey-libreoffice-features/
[2] 
https://design.blog.documentfoundation.org/2017/06/28/results-survey-libreoffice-features/
[3] https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=111928

On 23.02.2018 17:23, Olivier Hallot wrote:
Hi Jorge

The quick start option allows to load LibreOffice DLL's (= libraries) at
computer initialization time (boot). It may take a bit more time to
initialize the computer but when you open LibreOffice it should be
faster, because the libraries are already loaded in memory.

However, with modern computers full of memory and fast processors, this
option is almost useless.

Kind regards
Olivier

Em 23/02/2018 13:14, jorge Rodríguez escreveu:
Hi Dave and all:

         Thank you for the information. Would you please tell me What
exactly do Quickstarter option ?

Regards,

Jorge Rodríguez


El 22/02/2018 a las 23:38, Dave Barton escribió:
Hi Jorge,

Martin is correct about the proposal to remove QS from the Linux
edition, but I have tested LO 6.0.1.1 (deb & rpm) downloaded from TDF
servers and QS is still there and fully functional. The same might not
always be true for all distro provided editions, but I suggest you
include QS as an option under Linux.

Regards
Dave

On 23.02.2018 02:23, jorge Rodríguez wrote:
Hi Martin and all:

          Thanks for your comments to try to clear it, but I still keep
my dude about this issue.

Regards,

Jorge Rodríguez


El 22/02/2018 a las 16:20, Martin Srebotnjak escribió:
AFAIK, this was doomed to be removed from Linux versions in 6.0, but
somehow remained there (I have this knowledge from translating
release notes - first there was the note that it was removed in 6.0
from Linux versions, then this note was removed from release notes).
However I do not know if this is accurate and true for 6.0 on Linux ...

Lp, m.

2018-02-22 23:15 GMT+01:00 jorge Rodríguez <jrodriguez1...@gmail.com
<mailto:jrodriguez1...@gmail.com>>:

      Hi all:

              I'm reviewing the document draft Getting Start LibreOffice
      6.0 Chapter 2 -Setting up.

              I find in LO 6.0, in Menu-Tools -Options-General, the
      option LibreOffice Quickstarter. As I understand this option is
      able only in the version of LibreOffice for Windows. Is it correct
      ? Would you please confirm ?

              I'm using LO 6.0 in Ubuntu 17.10.


      Regards,

      Jorge Rodríguez


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