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Re: [tdf-discuss] Non-removable extensions


2010/10/31 Andy Brown <andy@the-martin-byrd.net>

On Sun Oct 31 2010 09:51:03 GMT-0700 (PDT)  fyva wrote:

30.10.2010 19:44, Andy Brown пишет:


Who had the "bright" idea to require the non-removable extensions in
LibreOffice? This, IMO, is totally uncalled for. This is a great way to
lose users.

Andy

 They are removable by administrator -on Linux they can be removed
through the package manager? and on Windows they can be removed by going to
Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel, and clicking the "Change" button
in the LibreOffice entry. There are 3 kinds of extensions now: shared,
bundled and user.


I will pass this on.  I still think it is uncalled for.  Why not just make
them removable via the Extension Manager.  Not a good way to do things.  If
this goes into the release then it is another reason to not move to LibO


+1





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