The Document Foundation announces that the second Beta version of LibreOffice 4.3 is now available for download and update.
The developers from The Document Foundation have released a new build in the LibreOffice 4.3 Beta branch, bringing even more changes than the latest update in the series. It looks like 4.3 will be quite interesting, but it's going to take a while until it's released.
According to the changelog, the upper margin of the multi-page floating table for WW8 import has been fixed, the wrong text position in grouped list has been corrected, the direct formatting for numbering in .DOCX is now handled correctly, the paste preference is now image, then HTML and text, the hyphenation has been fixed, a more relaxed clipping region has been implemented, the RTF color table export has been fixed, and LibreOffice no longer crashes if clearWarnings throws an SQLException.
Also, a proper way to parse cell address strings has been added, heuristic has been added to help ignore mangled crop values, the progressbar for .DOCX import is now working correctly, the RTF import function has been improved, the sidebar no longer crashes when it's deactivated, and numerous other fixes have been implemented.
Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.