Perhaps, you could consider saving in hybrid PDF format from #libreoffice. It will get opened in any pdf reader.
You can edit the same file again in LO because the odt content is stored as comment in the pdf.
Won't help much if you want
non-libreoffice users to edit the files though.
These are even useful in general, outside of the UX domain.
Just found this useful utility to assist local testing of your app (if it sends emails via SMTP).
It gives a minimal mail inbox web ui which also renders HTML content!
[Note: Needs `ruby-dev` and `libsqlite3-dev` apart from `gem`.
And passed these params for a quick installation
`gem install mailcatcher --no-ri --no-rdoc`
Wish you all a happy and a healthy #2020
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