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Re: [libreoffice-design] Export all settings


Dear *,

There's been already a bug filled for that:

https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59493

Regards,

Francisco

El mié., 17 oct. 2018 a las 5:21, 和尚蟹 (<pp887700@gmail.com>) escribió:

> Because LibreOffice does not have the function of "export all settings", it
> is solved by the following method.
>
> Add the "Export All Settings" button. When you press the button, the
> "Dialog
> Window" will appear. In the "Dialog Window", the following content will be
> displayed. Users can follow the following contents to All settings are set.
>
>
> .........................................................................................................................................................................................................
> LibreOffice exports all settings
> All LibreOffice settings are placed in the LibreOffice folder.
>
> C:\Users←user. \a←When installing the operating system, enter the name.
> \AppData←File Explorer~ "Hidden Project" will open to display the AppData
> folder. \Roaming\LibreOffice
>
> Back up the LibreOffice folder and reinstall it, then put the LibreOffice
> folder in the original place.
>
> Note:
> 1. If the preview version is installed, the name of the preview version is
> LibreOfficeDev, so the LibreOfficeDev folder will be displayed.
> 2. The official version and the preview version can be installed together.
> If the official version and the preview version are installed, the
> LibreOffice folder and the LibreOfficeDev folder will be displayed.
> 3. To clear all settings, delete the LibreOffice folder. When you open the
> program, a new LibreOffice folder will be created.
>
>
>
>
>
> LibreOffice exports its own single toolbar
> Toolbar=Toolbar
>
> Common path
> C:\Users←user. \a←When installing the operating system, enter the name.
> \AppData←File Explorer~ "Hidden Project" will open to display the AppData
> folder. \Roaming\LibreOffice\4\user\config\soffice.cfg\modules\ Please take
> the branch path of the individual software below.
>
> Branch path
> The \Startes\StartModule\toolbar\self-made "Start Screen" toolbar is placed
> here.
>
> The \writers\swriter\toolbar\ own "writer file" toolbar is placed here.
>
> ‪\modules\scalc\toolbar\Own the "calc spreadsheet" toolbar, which is placed
> here.
>
> ‪\modules\simpress\toolbar\Own the "impress briefing" toolbar, which is
> placed here.
>
> ‪\modules\sdraw\toolbar\Do your own "draw drawing" toolbar, all placed
> here.
>
> ‪\modules\smath\toolbar\Own the "math formula" toolbar, which is placed
> here.
>
> ‪\modules\dbapp\toolbar\Own the "base database" toolbar, which is placed
> here.
>
> When backing up the file and reinstalling it, put the file in the original
> place.
>
> Note:
> 1. Because the toolbars you make, the default file names are all numbered,
> so you need to open the file to know the name of the toolbar.
> 2, the previous file name "custom_toolbar_" can not be changed, the error
> will be changed, the file name can be changed.
> For example: custom_toolbar_c01611ed.xml→custom_toolbar_I am my.xml.
> 3. A good list of tools can be copied to other places.
> For example, the toolbar in the "writer file" can be copied to the "calc
> spreadsheet".
>
>
>
>
>
> LibreOffice's homemade punctuation toolbar
> The first step starts the "recording macro function"
> Tools\Options\Advanced\Enable the macro recording function (tick), so in
> the
> "Tools\Macro", the "Logging Macro" option will appear.
>
> The second step is to record the macro
> Tools\Macro\Record Macros→Record Action (click “Ω” input symbol→select
> symbol→insert)→stop recording→The name stored in “Module1” is Main→Modify
> Main Name→Save.
>
> Step 3 Add a new toolbar
> Tools\Custom\Toolbar→『Add』→『Enter Name』 (eg punctuation) → OK, the new
> toolbar will appear in the upper left.
>
> Step 4 Add the macro to the new toolbar
> Tools\Custom\Toolbar\Category\Macro\My Macro\Standard\Module1\Main→Click
> “Main”→Join→Modify→Rename (can be named with punctuation)→OK→OK.
>
>
>
>
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