I theory, yes, but in practice, it does not work reliably or do what I need. I am especially interested in something that would be really simple: pages, boxes, images and text flows – for teens or students who just want to make a magazine or small booklet. Basically, something like a 25 year old version of Quark Express would be the dream.
Doing basic layout in Libre Office just doesn't cut it. Your textflow tools are not flexible enough, images can have weird behaviour. If you use high def images, libre office becomes sluggish. It's really good for what it is, libre office, magnificent tool. But it is not desktop publishing software. If you are coming from the adobe universe, and are confronted with the news of #Scribus ---- eye roles galore.. 😵 What a pity!
I use both #Scribus and @libreoffice , and if I recall it correctly, both have options to disable in-document image preview, which greatly speeds up stuff and allows enabling preview only when needed (like when cropping).
A framework to allow synchronisation between devices on a local network. Because why should I need “the cloud” to synchronise my agenda between my laptop and my phone which are in the very same room on the same WAN?