On 11/12/2010 12:46 PM, Larry Gusaas wrote:
I have never had this happen either...but maybe he is talking about when
is installed. What happens here (at least on my Linux machine) is that
a new user directory
is created...and the installation picks up SOME but not ALL of the
settings from the old
OpenOffice user directory....which is no big deal...I had to just reset
some things like my
On 2010/11/12 6:14 AM Charles Marcus wrote:
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
OOo has never overwrittin the user settings on my Mac in the three
and a half years I've been using a Mac.
default font and a few other things.
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