RE : [tdf-discuss] Does LO still overwrite OOo?
From what I've seen so far on my macbook pro, it writes everything to its
own directory. If you are concerned and want to be safe, just back up your
/Users/username/Library/Application Support/Openoffice.org folder first.
Le 2 oct. 2010 18:08, "James Wilde" <email@example.com> a éc
I'm on the Mac, so I can put the dmg file anywhere I like. But I don't
know whether it is going to try and get into my OOo templates, under
/Library/Application support/OpenOffice/... and all the stuff I have in
my personal profile.
Since OOo at the moment is my most important application, I don't want
to screw it up.
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