Terrence Enger schrieb:
On Wed, 2011-08-24 at 14:43 +0200, Cor Nouws wrote:
In the build from master (Build ID: 117281b-4eb4f62-260b7c1), on Ubuntu
too, that I have, Macro security works fine.
No idea if the problem is a local one (your build) an older or newer
version than I have, or...
Around 19:22 UTC yesterday I did `git pull`, and the build
just finished. My autogen.lastrun contains ...
and the program identifies itself in the About dialog as ...
Build ID: c305f3c-4eb4f62-260b7c1
The button "MacroSecurity..." still fails to bring up the
dialog that I expect.
I don't know, why it fails, likely a problem with Java. But if you need
macros, you can set the value directly. Make a backup of your
registrymodificaitions.xcu. Then edit it. In path
/org.openoffice.Office.Common/Security/Scripting set property
MacroSecrityLevel to 1, that is "medium", which means, that you are prompt.
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