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Re: [tdf-discuss] Can sessions of LibreOffice be saved? - they can't in Xfce


2012/9/13 tashirosgt <tashiro@zianet.com>

Has anyone been able to save sessions of LibreOffice 3 writer?  By saving
the
session, I mean that if you are editing a document and log out, when you
log
back in, LibreOffice will automatically open the document that you were
editing.

I cannot save sessions of LIbreOffice writer using the Xfce window manager.
When I reported this as a bug to the Xfce site
(https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8981) the bug was closed with
the
suggestion that LibreOffice writer is responsible for the problem.   Is
that
true?  - or can users of other window managers (such as MS Windows 7, Linux
Gnome 3,  LXDE etc.) save sessions of LibreOffice writer?


Tashirosgt, on my setup - 64-bit Ubuntun12.04 with the Cinnamon desktop and
running LibreOffice Version 3.6.0.1 (Build ID: 360m1(Build:101)), if, after
logging out and logging in again, I click my Writer icon, the document I
was working on re-appears, i e, it is preserved....

Henri

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