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One way to handle this is to employ a note at the start of that subsection that directs the user to check the accompanying screenshot and see if those submenuitems are already included in the UI. Then, a user who has them would not need to do anything further for the first two steps of that 5-step procedure.

And Jean, did you update that one outdated version 3.3 screenshot in Chapter 10 to version 3.4? If not, maybe you could do so in order to keep the same appearance for that graphic.


On 10/24/2011 7:17 AM, Alex Thurgood wrote:
Le 24/10/2011 10:56, Gary Schnabl a écrit :

Hi Gary,

Then, I suppose having not deleted everything from an earlier
installation might "preinstall" an extension anew on a reinstallation?

Yes, if you already had it, then in all likelihood, it was taken up in your existing configuration files when you upgraded LibO. However, this doesn't always work correctly with some extensions.



Gary Schnabl
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