Le 2010-11-01 07:34, Michael Meeks a écrit :
I know, but those are not extensions. My main beef is that we have a
hybrid system, with many components (36 in my case) that appear in the
extensions list, yet only one is an extension that really behaves like
one, i.e. that can be removed (or added) via Tools –> Extensions.
In other words, if it is an extension, I should be able to manage it via
Tools –> Extensions. If it becomes part of the program like the Quattro
Pro file filters, then it should not appear in the list of extensions.
On Sun, 2010-10-31 at 17:53 -0400, Michel Gagnon wrote:
however I cannot modify my installation to remove the PDF Import and
So - there are lots of parts of LibreOffice that cannot be removed
easily; such as the clipart gallery, or say, the Quattro Pro file
filters, or whatever.
I used those two "extensions" as examples. I would not remove PDF Import
because I find it rather useful. On the other hand, I am not totally
comfortable with the Presenter Console and feel more at ease seeing only
the real life presentation on screen. But maybe it is because I am not
really comfortable with Impress per se?
The more interesting thing to me is - why would you want to remove the
PDF Import ? or the Presenter Console ?
If there are bugs that make these unususable, or particularly
problematic - then, we should fix those instead IMHO. ie. can we fix the
bug in the right place ?
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