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[tdf-discuss] [Bug] Installing LibreOffice.org in // with OpenOffice.org on Mac OS X Leopard


Hello,

I hope this is the right mailing list to post the bugs right now.

System: Mac OS X 10.5.8
Architecture: Intel

Already installed in /Applications: OpenOffice.org 3.2.1
Install in /Applications: LibreOffice 3.3.0

To get all OpenOffice odp documents open with LibreOffice, I've done as usual: Right-click on document, Get Info, Open with, select LibreOffice in the menu, click on Change All, confirm. This does not work at all, though there is no warning. The document still opens with OpenOffice.org

I've tried another thing:
Move OpenOffice.org to / (aka Macintosh HD)
and redo: right-click on document, Get Info, Open with, select LibreOffice in the menu, click on Change All, confirm. This time all documents open with LibreOffice but still retain the icon from OpenOffice.org.

I've tried another thing:
Change again all documents to OpenOffice.org
and do: right-click on document, Get Info, Open with, select JarInspector (well the only other application which opens this kind of document on my machine) in the menu, click on Change All, confirm. and do again: right-click on document, Get Info, Open with, select LibreOffice in the menu, click on Change All, confirm. This time all documents open with LibreOffice and get the icon from LibreOffice.

I have no idea how it can be corrected, but it will be cool that it will.

Michèle Garoche


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