How to downgrade LibreOffice versions

How to downgrade LibreOffice versions

When using The Document Foundation’s opensource LibreOffice desktop app, you basically have two or three versions to choose from. The “Fresh” version is the latest of all the LibreOffice versions and contains the most features. This particular version is recommended for technology guru’s and self-teachers like myself. I love the Fresh version due to the fact that I am able to play around with all the latest and greatest bells and whistles available for LibreOffice users. If you are a technology enthusiast then this particular version may be the route for you to go.

The “Still” version is the most stable of all the LibreOffice versions; however, it also contains the least amount of features. This version is less buggy and is recommenced more for the business sector employed in a business setting such as corporate offices and schools.

There are also the “Obsolete” versions which cover everything below the Still version. The Obsolete LibreOffice versions are no longer supported as there have been numerous patches implemented and bugs fixed.

I sometimes find myself wanting to use the Still version on certain computers after I have downloaded the Fresh version for the very same reasons mentioned above. If you have the Fresh version and wish to downgrade to the Still version you are going to have to completely uninstall your currently installed Fresh version first and then download the Still version after that. To do that, this is what you do;

1. Take a backup of your files and make note of any changes you made to your Fresh LibreOffice version.

You do this so you are able to reapply the changes once you install the Still version.

2. Launch your computer’s control panel.

You can do this by either selecting the Start button or Windows button on the bottom left of your desktop or simply pressing the Windows key on your keyboard. Simply begin typing “control panel” and the control panel desktop app will appear.

3. Select “Add/Remove Programs.”

4. Find your installed LibreOffice version

5. Select LibreOffice

6. Select Uninstall.

Your current version of LibreOffice is now uninstalled. You may have to restart your computer for the uninstallation process to fully complete.

Now you are going to want to browse over to the download page on the official LibreOffice website. Simply locate the latest Still version and select the correct download for your computer’s operating system. After running a security scan of the download link, simply follow the installation wizard to install the most stable LibreOffice version.

 

This is why I won’t be buying the new Intel 10-Core i9 Processors

This is why I won’t be buying the new Intel 10-Core i9 Processors

When I spend my hard earned money on either a fully assembled computer system or on individual parts that I either use to assemble or upgrade a current computer there are a number of factors that go into my decision making process. And one of those factors is not processor speed nor is it the amount of cores and threads in the processor itself. As many of now a days computer processor chipsets are in the 10+ core and 3+ GHz range. Which could easily handle anything short of being used as a mainframe supercomputer. Some of the factors that help in me determining which computer processor to buy include either getting an average par processor with an average number of cores and threads and then balancing that out with a high amount of DDR4 system memory.

So for instance, an Intel i3 or i5 processor with four to ten cores coupled with at least 128+ GB of DDR4 system memory. Or I go the alternate route and purchase a processor such as AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper with 16 cores and still getting at least 128+ GB of DDR4 system memory due to the fact that I can get the Ryzen for the same amount of money or even cheaper than the i5, i7, and i9 processors. Why would I want to settle for a 4 or 10 core processor when I can get a 16 core processor for cheaper? Just because a newly hyped up processor is the latest doesn’t mean it’s the greatest.

Now if we are talking solely about the amount of threads and cores available for the average consumer, then Intel’s even newer i9 18 core extreme edition processor has caught the attention of my tech eye. Then again at roughly $2,000 I would much rather choose AMD’s $1,000 16 core Ryzen Threadripper. Saving $1,000 for a processor with two less cores sounds better than ever. And with that $1,000 saved I can use it to double my system memory, purchase a better cooling system, heatsinks, liquid cooling, more DDR4 RAM, etc… The amount of cores in a processor is not what makes a processor top of the line. As far as I’m concerned it is the combination of purchasing price, amount of cores and threads, amount of coupled system memory, and processor speed…and AMD’s $1,000 16 core Ryzen Threadripper solves that dilemma beautifully.

 

The Hubble Space Telescope defies Newton’s Third law of physics

The Hubble Space Telescope defies Newton’s Third law of physics

According to NASA’s own admissions here;

https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/hubble/story/index.html

The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) a low earth orbiting observatory, has no thrusters of any kind and that its internal gyroscopes are not navigational gyroscopes but are only used to control its attitude adjustment when viewing celestial objects in space.

Even though the HST does have internal gyroscopes to control its attitude adjustment they have no bearing at all in its relationship to its altitude above the Earth. So when NASA’s space shuttles performed their servicing missions to the Hubble space telescope and the space shuttles pushed off of the Hubble space telescope’s frame, then according to Newton’s third law of physical motion (for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction) how is it that the HST managed to counteract the force in which the space shuttles used to push off of it on their way back to the earth? How is it that the HST managed to stay in its orbit all these years without the use of thrusters of any kind?

Why Nasa, did you include thrusters on the Voyager 1 which you launched in the 70’s and not include thrusters on the Hubble space telescope which you launched in the 90’s? It couldn’t have been due to a lack of funds, since even your own ex-administrator admits that NASA receives more in public donations then the money received from congress each year. And surely modern technology improved in those twenty years between launches…unless that is you lost your thruster technology too.

The Hubble space telescope should have either burnt up in the earth’s atmosphere or should have been pushed out even further into space and kept going. So why NASA, has your Hubble space telescope that has no maneuverability thrusters managed to counteract the force of Newton’s third law each time the space shuttles pushed off of it?

Better yet…why NASA, do you keep the Hubble space telescope in operation when your Sophia mobile observatory plane is able to capture higher quality images at a fraction of the cost?

The lack of thrusters aside for a moment…thrusters shouldn’t even work in the vacuum of space anyway.

Hmmm…

 

When did God command man to create a bible?

When did God command man to create a bible?

The bible says “Thou shalt compilist these 66 manuscripts and calleth twas the bible” … right? It says that? It says “Thou shalt compilist these 66 manuscripts and calleth twas the bible?”

No?

Ohhh… Interesting ‘eh?

Where in the 66 book KJV does God command man to create a compilation of manuscripts and call it “the bible?” The Torah was created as per God’s command; however, the “Bible” was only created per the demands of the Council of Nicea to enslave the citizens of the Roman empire. Christianity anyone? All hail the high and mighty pope!!!

When the water-walker was referring to the “scriptures” …

2 Timothy 3:16

All scripture is given by inspiration of God…”

He couldn’t have been referring to the bible as the bible wasn’t even around. Yet we refer to it? The water-walker couldn’t have been referring to the “Old Testament” either as the Old Testament hadn’t been compiled by the folks in the Council of Nicea yet. There were no bibles back then; however, their were thousands upon thousands of scriptures that were written on things such as scrolls and cuneiform tablets from varying civilizations across the eons of Earth’s infinite existence.

Today’s church pastors use their “bibles” as a means of emotionally robbing their congregation. And for some odd reason church pastors think there is this verse in the bible;

“Thou shalt use thy comilated bible and smite thy congregation of their income”

After all…money wouldn’t be flowing into church pastors pockets unless it was flowing out of their congregation’s pockets first.

No religious fruit cake would ever admit that the Sumerian Adamu predates their 503c Adam by over 450,000+ years or that the Indian Hindu faith has two patriarchs (Brahma and Saraswati) that bare striking similarities between the Jewish (Abraham and Sarai/Sarah).

I don’t know what’s more entertaining…watching water bubbles in space or listening to the religious nuts trying to defend their ignorance.

*All Scripture is taken from the King James Version(KJV) of the Bible

 

All of the bible researchers are wrong! Noah was a giant!

All of the bible researchers are wrong! Noah was a giant!

The bible says “Noah was not a giant” … right? It says that? It says “Noah was not a giant?”

No?

Ohhh…interesting ‘eh?

Since we now know that our Flat Earth was built from creatures from the bottom up then that means that Noah was a giant, Adam was a giant, you were even a giant in your previous lives. We were all giants in the infinite past. The deeper we dig the bigger things get. Creatures get bigger, plants and trees get bigger, machinery and other technologies get bigger, even dwellings get bigger the deeper we dig. Dirt is nothing more than dead skin cells. Mineral veins are simply ancient blood vessels. Australia is a massive heart complete with arteries, valves, and veins. Heck even the “iron” and red clay found in abundance in Australia is dead red blood cells. What mineral is the most abundant in blood…IRON.

Not only was Noah a giant but measurements in general need to be adjusted to suit the average dimensions of beings during a previous deluge.

For instance Noah’s ark. Noah’s ark was 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, and 30 cubits tall. One cubit (the total length from the tip of the elbow to the tip of the middle finger) is about 18-21 inches. We will round that off to 19.5 inches…HOWEVER!!!…Things were bigger before the last flood (Noah’s flood) and even bigger before other floods/deluges, then we need to be adjusting our dimensions properly.

If Noah’s ark dimensions are…

300 cubits long x 19.5 inches = 5850 inches / 12 inches = 487.5 feet long
50 cubits wide x 19.5 inches = 975 inches / 12 inches = 81.25 feet wide
30 cubits tall x 19.5 inches = 585 inches / 12 inches = 48.75 feet tall

And since Noah was a giant…

Let us assume that Noah was twice our average height, so about 12 feet tall. That would make a cubit back then twice that of ours, so 19.5 inches x 2 = 39 inches. That would also make the dimensions of “a foot” to be 24 inches rather than our current 12 inches.

Let’s recalculate Noah’s ark dimensions…

300 cubits long x 39 inches = 11,700 inches / 24 inches = 487.5 feet long x 2 = 975 feet long
50 cubits wide x 39 inches = 1950 inches / 24 inches = 81.25 feet wide x 2 = 162.5 feet wide
30 cubits tall x 39 inches = 1170 inches / 24 inches = 48.75 feet tall x 2 = 97.5 feet tall

The ark would have been twice the size of what we thought it was. And that is only if Noah himself had an average height about twice of ours.

In the book of baruch and other historical manuscripts mentions that the body of Adam was taken aboard the ark and that Adam himself was 80 feet tall in some manuscripts all the way up to 100+ feet tall in other manuscripts. If the ark was only 487.5 feet long x 81.25 feet wide x 48.75 feet tall by our measurements then Noah would of had a pretty rough time maneuvering him into the ark wouldn’t you say?

Things that make you go;

Hmmm…

 

What makes a particular combination of ancient texts a bible?

What makes a particular combination of ancient texts a bible?

When you say “the bible” which “bible” are you referring to? For instance, we have the 66 book Catholic(Masonic) KJV, the 81 book Ethiopic, the 24 book Jewish Tanakh(Hebrew bible), along with the Apocrypha and Deutercanonical ancient manuscripts found in other bibles just to name a few. So which “bible” is the real bible? When a banker at the pulpit says to “open your bible” and you pull out the 81 book Ethiopic are you using the correct bible? Or must we use one of the 66-book 503c bibles that the name it and claim it tax attorneys use during their weekly cult gatherings? Is there a requirement for a certain number of texts to be compiled before that combination is called “a bible?” Or can I take the book of Job and the book of Jasher and combine just those two manuscripts into a single compilation and call that 2-book compilation a “bible?” Or should we avoid compilated bibles all together?

Let’s find out what the water-walker has to say about the situation…

Luke 20:46
Beware of the scribes…”

Enough said.

*All Scripture is taken from the King James Version(KJV) of the Bible

 

Two supernatural experiences that changed my life

Two supernatural experiences that changed my life

Experience #1

I remember it was several years ago probably back in like 2004/2005, it was morning time probably around 7:00 am or so, and I was sitting in a recliner just watching some tv waiting to go to work, all of a sudden I was moving towards a large stone alter with a male lion on it. I didn’t fall asleep. I didn’t close my eyes. One moment I was in my living room and the next moment I wasn’t. There was fog/mist everywhere, becoming lighter higher up and denser closer to ground level to the point I could not make out a “ground” at all.

The lion that was on the alter looked like a sup-adult male with a good sized mane on it. I was being drawn towards this lion…with a fixed stare as I could not take my eyes off of him. Here is something about “eyes” though, I don’t know if I had any, nor arms, nor legs, nor a body, etc…I was there and I could see, and was moving(being drawn) towards this massive lion. I had no body yet I could see. It far out performs our flesh and blood bodies that we have currently.

I was about level or maybe a little bit lower than the top of the alter and was maybe 10 or so feet away when the vision began and was immediately being drawn towards this lion…but here’s the thing though… I was looking at a lion but my “mind” was processing it as a lamb. Take for instance this screen you are looking at reading this message, your mind isn’t associating the screen with a carrot or a forumla-1 race car. I was looking at a lion, but was associating it with what I was looking at was a “lamb.” The word “lion” didn’t even appear in my mind. Not once. It was “lamb.” I saw a male lion but “male lion” didn’t crop up in my mind. It was “lamb.”

Throughout the bible, the root that would come from David would be known as the “Lion of Judah and the Lamb of God.”

Revelation 5:5

“And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Juda, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof.”

John 1:29

“The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.”

This vision lasted for what seemed like less than a minute, then I was “back” watching tv.

As I was moving towards the lion, I had no body yet I could see. When we look up at the night time sky and see “satellites” traversing overhead those are celestial beings. Those beings have no flesh and blood body like we have currently yet they see in one direction just like I saw in one direction in the vision and just like we see in one direction on the Earth.

Experience #2

I was asleep at night. I heard what sounded like a combination of a (giant roar + strong gust of wind.) It sounded like (WWWoooaaahhh…). I felt the roar on the inside of me and immediately woke up. Though not in real life. I either woke up in a dream, in a vision, or something else.

Anyhow, I woke up upon hearing that “roar.” I stood up out of bed and was in ankle deep water. I was on the ark (Noah’s ark). I was at a window and looked outside. There was water all around. No clouds. We were probably either above the cloud layers or there just weren’t any clouds at all. There were clear skies. Like a bright afternoon day. There was no wind. I didn’t see any other people or animals. The “dream/vision” ended and I immediately woke up (in real life) this time.

In the “dream/vision” I was on a padded bed. The bed and padding was brown. The bed was up against the left side of the ark. My left shoulder was on the “wall side.” I was wearing a two-tone brown robe. The robe was a dark brown and a light brown. I was wearing thick brown leather sandals. The robe went down to just above the tops of my ankles. I had hairy legs. I stood up out of bed in ankle deep water. I didn’t walk to the window. I woke up, stood up out of bed on the floor, looked down, saw I was standing in ankle deep water, then I was at a window looking outside at the still water. There were blue skies. No sun. It was bright and calm outside.

Whatever was happening beneath the surface of the water was being messed up. I could just tell.

This particular vision solidifies even further that the spirit of God/wind/oxygen/aether are one and the same.

This also solidifies to me that I was remembering a past life of mine.

Dreams = past life memories

When we sleep are we “dreaming” or “remembering?”

Genesis 1:2

“And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.”

*All Scripture is taken from the King James Version(KJV) of the Bible

 

A love letter to all calcified pineal gland carriers

A love letter to all calcified pineal gland carriers

Dear Globe Bots,

It doesn’t matter how many galaxies, stars, planets, or moons you can see through your monoculared telescope…since there is no curve this place is FLAT.

This place was always flat and this place will always be flat.

“Yeah but flat earthers don’t even have a working map.”

At least in our maps North America doesn’t change in size.

“Yeah but explain gravity.”
“Yeah but tell me how the sun and moon works.”
“Yeah but what about the roundness we see of the moon.”

Listen up tithe giver…none of that matters. It doesn’t matter if anyone will ever be able to explain how those things above us would work on a flat earth. Since there is no curve…THIS PLACE IS FLAT!!!

It always was flat and it will always be flat.

Wave goodbye to oblateness and say hello to perspective. An original thought awaits you.

Because a demonic puppet creature once said;

“Be one with yourself you must. Only then master humility you will.”

*Cue the mic drop. I’m out.

Sincerely,

Mr. Woke

 

How to create table of contents columns in LibreOffice Writer

How to create table of contents columns in LibreOffice Writer

A columned table of contents in an ebook, print book, or even a high school writing assignment gives a nice visual appeal to the opening sections of the document. You are also able to play around with the various styling options and help to make your table of contents page stand out from among the typical table of contents.

To create a columned table of contents in LibreOffice Writer this is what you do;

1. Launch the LibreOffice desktop application.

2. Open a previously saved file or create a new document using the Writer app on the left tool bar.

Once you are in your document you are going to want to have the table of contents page be on its own separate page somewhere in the opening sections of your document. (Preferably after the title page and before the actual contents of the document itself.) You can do this by separating each section of your document by page breaks. Immediately before and immediately after each page.

It is also up to you if you wish to have your table of contents page be included in the actual table of contents listing or not. If you do then create a title such as “Table of Contents” center it or left justify it, and give it a paragraph style of usually “Heading 1.” For ebooks I like to left justify my table of contents and for print books I prefer to center it horizontally.

In this tutorial we will assume that you want to have your table of contents page be in the actual table of contents listing.

So once you have title and styled your table of contents blank page then from the menu bar;

3. Select “Insert” -> “Table of Contents and Index” -> “Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography…”

The “Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography” window will appear.

Underneath the “Type and Title” is a “Title” text box. Remove all of the default text since you already title your table of contents on the page itself.

4. Uncheck the “Protect against manual changes” check box.

You do this so you are able to easily modify your table of contents in the future.

If you have multiple content contributors then you may want to keep that check box checked to help prevent unwanted changes to the table of contents page.

5. Select the “Columns” tab.

Here is where the fun begins. In this section you are able to choose the amount of columns that you wish to display on your table of contents page. You are also able to change the “width and spacing” and style the separator line by size, position, and color.

6. Underneath the “Settings” area choose however many columns you would like to appear on your table of contents page.

I personally prefer a two column layout with each of the columns being of equal size. I also prefer no separator line unless I have a three+ columned layout.

Once you are satisfied with the settings;

7. Select “OK”

You now have a columned table of contents in your LibreOffice Writer document.

Some things to take note of are;

– Each of your table of contents listings are linkable. (simply hold the Ctrl key down on your keyboard and select a heading) By not removing the hyperlinks in your table of contents, your ebook readers will greatly appreciate having the ability to easily locate the area of the book they left off at.
– Your table of contents page is in the actual listing itself. (And linkable by default!)
– You are able to give your table of contents even more styling along with the ability to remove the page numbers and the periods “…” since you unchecked the “Protect against manual changes” check box.

 

How to create a Table of Contents in LibreOffice Writer

How to create a Table of Contents in LibreOffice Writer

The LibreOffice Writer app is a powerful program to create a table of contents especially if your computer has the dreaded Microsoft Word Starter program in which it won’t even have the “References” tab needed to create a table of contents. With LibreOffice Writer, creating a table of contents and everything else is included by default. Plus LibreOffice Writer is much more user friendly even though it has many more features than Microsoft Word.

Creating a table of contents in any document is always a good idea even if your document consists of only a few pages. Whether that be a high school writing assignment or a corporate business manual.

Some of your users may view your document on a mobile device such as a kindle or mobile phone. Not all mobile users will use the same sized mobile device when viewing your document. Screen sizes and resolution displays vary. So your document may have more or less pages depending on a user’s particular mobile device. By creating a linkable table of contents (included with LibreOffice Writer), your readers will thank you and you will thank you.

To create a table of contents in LibreOffice Writer;

1. Launch the LibreOffice desktop application.

2. Open a previously saved file or create a new document using the Writer app on the left tool bar.

You are going to want to have the table of contents and all the other sections and chapter pages be on their own separate page. For the table of contents section that would preferably be somewhere after the title page and somewhere before your actual content. To accomplish this you are going to want to insert a page break immediately before and immediately after the table of contents page itself. (That would be to insert a page break on the last line of the previous page and the last line of the table of contents page.)

To insert a page break you have three options. You can;

– Select “Insert” -> “Page Break” from the menu bar.
– Use the hotkeys “Ctrl + Enter” on your keyboard.
– Select the “Insert Page Break” button located directly below the menu bar in the middle.

Once you are on a blank page, you are going to want to make sure all of your headings are properly labeled. You do this by highlighting the title of each section or chapter and set its paragraph style to (usually “Heading 1”).

You can do this in two ways;

– Highlight the title of the section or chapter and locate the “Set Paragraph Style” drop down arrow on the top left tool bar. And then choose the appropriate paragraph style.
– Select “Styles” from the menu bar and then choose the appropriate paragraph style.

So to set a “Heading 1” paragraph style to a particular section or chapter heading you can also use the hotkeys “Ctrl + 1” for a “Heading 1” style or “Ctrl + 2” for a “Heading 2” style, etc…

You can also use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + 0” if you wish to set a “Text Body” paragraph style.

After each section is on its own separate page (and separated by page breaks) locate the menu bar and;

3. Select “Insert” -> “Table of Contents and Index” -> “Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography…”

The “Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography” window will appear.

From here you are able to give your table of contents a title by editing the “Title” text field. (If you created your own heading for your table of contents page and would like your table of contents page included and linkable in the table of contents itself, then remove the text “Table of Contents” in the “Title” field since you already gave your table of contents its own title).

You are also able to protect your table of contents against manual changes by keeping the “Protected against manual changes” check box checked. Keeping that box check is a great way to help prevent other users of the document from manually editing the table of contents; however, it also prevents you from manually editing the table of contents until you uncheck that check box.

Other useful options include displaying multiple style levels (Heading 1, Heading 2, etc…), multiple columns, and a custom background color.

Once you are satisfied with the options;

4. Select “OK”

That is it. Your document now has its own custom (and linkable by default) table of contents.