On 16/10/10 01:30 PM, AG wrote:
Its was set up "automagically" with the LibO Beta2 install. I'm under
the impression that if Beta2 is installed properly, this should be made
available to you [by default] as soon as you open any LibO program (i.e.
writer, calc, et al).
On 16/10/10 19:50, Scott Furry wrote:
On 16/10/10 12:01 PM, AG wrote:
(ii) there is still no Quickstarter available - nothing under Tools/
Options/ General/ Memory to even enable this. Not critical, but
very nice to have and the code already exists for OOo so no good
reason why it shouldn't be carried over into LibO
I have the QuickStarter running on XFCE desktop. For the beta2 I'm
using, the checkbox for enabling QuickStarter in the User Preferences
How do you access that? I'm using Gnome.
The setting for this in LibO's configuration (Tools>Options>Memory) is
present in Beta2 (wasn't there in Beta1).
If you have a look at my other message, maybe this will help clear away
Shout back if this doesn't work for you and we can piece things together
Hope this helps.
With a bit more detail, it might :-)
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