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On 2010-11-11 6:13 PM, Michael Wheatland wrote:
If you did that as a user-created dictionary, it should be in
/user/3/wordbook, and as such, can be copied over when you install a new
version of the program.

I think we all agree that this should happen automatically. Updating
is pretty basic functionality in any software. (Even if apple gets it

Maybe we can consider creating an update tool to incorporate into
LibreOffice to upgrade from older OOo versions, much like Firefox or
Chromium does when updating or upgrading.

Is this only a problem on Linux or Macs? I've never had my settings
overwritten, and we've been using OOo in our office since about version


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