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From Peter Kovacs <>
Subject Re: Increase the number of tables in Calc
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2017 07:09:09 GMT
+1 for tests.

But honestly I would not expect a lot of effect if you are on a modern
machine with 4GB + memory and maybe SSD disks.

I would expect issues on older machines with maybe old technology and 2GB
These machines are old of course (my MacBook Air is such a machine, however
with an early SSD HD. 6 years old)
Maybe 2GB are sufficient. Depends on Data used. I think we should also test
on older machines to see the effects.

All the Best

Jörg Schmidt <> schrieb am Mo., 6. Feb. 2017, 04:42:

> > From: Damjan Jovanovic []
> > Hopefully, to increase number of sheets, it's just this one-line patch
> > below that I am busy compiling now. Will let you know if it
> > works soon.
> That would be good if it worked.
> But please let us consider:
> Are 1024 a reasonable value?
> What would be possible at most _in the short_ term?
> We have to keep in mind that MS Excel and LO Calc do not have a limit for
> tables anymore and that must be our goal in the long term. (Of course
> gladly synonymous in the short term, but I think this will not be possible)
> Greetings,
> Jörg
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