Six months in development, the LibreOffice 6.2 office suite is now available for download and features a new user interface called NotebookBar, which is based on the MUFFIN concept and was previously an experimental feature. The NotebookBar UI is optional, not enabled by default, and comes in three different flavors, Tabbed, Grouped and Contextual. Highlights of the LibreOffice 6.2 release include revamped Elementary and Karasa Jaga icon themes, better compatibility with Microsoft Office documents like charts and animations, document security features thanks to encryption and HMAC verification implementation, as well as faster filtering of indexed keywords and highlighting search terms.
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