Yosemite Upgrade Issues

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***A new Finder window should open. Rename the selected <tt>NeoOfficeSecureEdition</tt> folder by pressing the Return key, editing the folder name, and pressing the Return key again. ***A new Finder window should open. Rename the selected <tt>NeoOfficeSecureEdition</tt> folder by pressing the Return key, editing the folder name, and pressing the Return key again.
**'''NeoOffice 3.4.1 users:''' **'''NeoOffice 3.4.1 users:'''
-***Launch the /Applications/Utilities/Terminal application, copy the following command into the Terminal window, and press the Return key:<br><tt>open ~/Library/Preferences/NeoOffice-3.0<br>defaults delete org.neooffice.NeoOffice</tt>+***Launch the /Applications/Utilities/Terminal application, copy the following commands into the Terminal window, and press the Return key:<br><tt>open ~/Library/Preferences/NeoOffice-3.0<br>defaults delete org.neooffice.NeoOffice</tt>
***A new Finder window should open. Rename the selected <tt>NeoOffice-3.0</tt> folder by pressing the Return key, editing the folder name, and pressing the Return key again. ***A new Finder window should open. Rename the selected <tt>NeoOffice-3.0</tt> folder by pressing the Return key, editing the folder name, and pressing the Return key again.
**'''Launch NeoOffice''' **'''Launch NeoOffice'''

Revision as of 21:43, 30 October 2014

This article describes known issues for running NeoOffice on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Follow us on Twitter @NeoOffice to get notified when we fix any Yosemite issues.

Problems after upgrading to Yosemite?

  • Step 2 - If NeoOffice does not launch or has any new bugs immediately after doing the above upgrade steps, we recommend deleting NeoOffice's preferences files using the following steps. These steps will force NeoOffice to create new preference files with default values:
    • Quit NeoOffice
    • NeoOffice 2017.4 Professional Edition users:
      • Launch the /Applications/Utilities/Terminal application, copy the following commands into the Terminal window, and press the Return key:
        open ~/Library/Containers/org.neooffice.NeoOfficeSecureEdition/Data/Library/Preferences/NeoOfficeSecureEdition
        defaults delete org.neooffice.NeoOfficeSecureEdition
      • A new Finder window should open. Rename the selected NeoOfficeSecureEdition folder by pressing the Return key, editing the folder name, and pressing the Return key again.
    • NeoOffice 3.4.1 users:
      • Launch the /Applications/Utilities/Terminal application, copy the following commands into the Terminal window, and press the Return key:
        open ~/Library/Preferences/NeoOffice-3.0
        defaults delete org.neooffice.NeoOffice
      • A new Finder window should open. Rename the selected NeoOffice-3.0 folder by pressing the Return key, editing the folder name, and pressing the Return key again.
    • Launch NeoOffice

Fixed bugs

  • Opening and saving documents in iCloud Drive - We have fixed the following issues when opening and saving NeoOffice documents in iCloud Drive:
    • When a document in iCloud Drive is open in NeoOffice and that document is moved to the Trash on a different Mac, OS X Yosemite makes the document unsavable. We fixed this bug by displaying a Save As dialog when saving or closing the document so that the user can restore the deleted document.
    • When the same iCloud Drive document is edited on more than one machine at the same time, synching of changes to the document are not synched between machines. We fixed this bug by implementing Apple's file coordination protocols to share the document's native file lock with the iCloud Drive sync daemon.
    • When a new iCloud Drive document is saved for the first time with the same name on more than one machine, on some of the machines NeoOffice will display a native Open dialog.
  • Other issues - We have also fixed the following OS X Yosemite issues:
    • When the same Dropbox document is open on more than one machine at the same time and the document is saved, all of the other machines will display a native Open dialog when when saving.
    • When a document is moved or renamed while open in NeoOffice, double-clicking on that file in the Finder will open a second window with the same document. We have fixed this bug so that only the existing document window is moved to the front like normal.
    • Starting in OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6, a white rectangle is drawn over several blocks in the status bar at the bottom of most NeoOffice document windows. We fixed this bug by reimplementing our native border drawing code.
    • When NeoOffice 3.4.1 tries to load Java and Apple's Java is not installed, OS X displays a dialog for downloading Oracle's 64 bit Java instead of Apple's 32 bit Java. We fixed this bug by forcing OS X to display the dialog for downloading Apple's 32 bit Java.

Unfixed bugs

No new Yosemite bugs have been reported yet

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