This is why I don't update my fairly old copy of OOo. In my case I ran
into the problem of poor support for compound words in the spellcheck
dictionary. I have had to enter well over 1000 compound words into the
dictionary, and for that reason I really don't feel like having to start
over. I know many commercial programs have this fault as well, a good
example is the Apple iTunes program which does a complete download and
replacement for every version, which is why I won't let it update until
a major version change, (when the number in column 1 changes.)
i don't know if this is the correct forum for this but -- well first of all
-- good luck to all those who are participating and developing and helping!
This project needs to be a success!
And, we are using PCLinuxOS 2010 and they are using GOoo to install OOo. i
understand that Goo will be changing to something else, which will then be
downloading and installing LibO which i am excited about seeing. However,
at least under the old regime, every time OOo was updated, the update would
overwrite all of my User settings and i was hoping that this would no longer
be the case. i hope that this is the correct forum for this " suggestion",
but if not, please redirect me.
Have a great evening and again, thanks for all your hard work so far!
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