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Apache OpenOffice 4.1.3 is a maintenance release incorporating important bug fixes, security fixes, updated dictionaries, and build fixes. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2 or earlier are advised to upgrade. You can download Apache OpenOffice 4.1.3 at the usual place. Please review these Release Notes to learn what is new in this version as well as important remarks concerning known issues and their workarounds.
BZ 125980 Set default currency to Euro in Lithuanian locale
Enhancements to the build tools
BZ 126622 Base 4.1.2 does not open Tables and Queries in Mac OSX. This 4.1.2 regression, fixed in 4.1.3, affected all database tables and queries on Mac OS X
The fix for security issue CVE-2016-1513, previously only provided in source code and as a hotfix patch, is incorporated in the 4.1.3 binary distribution. See BZ 127045 Enforce Polygon API contracts at run-time.
BZ 127100 Make NSIS 3.* a build requirement for building Windows installers
OpenOffice 4.1.3 supports the same languages as the previous releases.
No translations were updated.
The following dictionaries were updated:
|English (en_GB)||English (en_US)|
|German (de)||German Austria (de_AT)||German Switzerland (de_CH)|
|Dutch (nl)||French (fr)||Italian (it)|
|Spanish (es)||Romanian (ro)||Russian (ru)|
|Khmer (km)||Scottish Gaelic (gd)||Basque (eu)|
|Slovanian (sl)||Norwegian (no)||Swedish (sv)|
|Portuguese European (pt_PT)||Catalan (ca_XV)|
For a complete list of available languages and language packs see the download webpage (click the language drop-down-box)
Binaries are still provided for the same platforms as for the previous OpenOffice 4.x releases:
Installation instructions can be found at: http://www.openoffice.org/download/common/instructions.html
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