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On 11/24/2010 05:54 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 11/23/2010 06:17 AM, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2010-11-22 1:21 AM, Ron Faile wrote:
I also had this problem, very slow to get a right-click menu in Writer.
After deleting most of the extensions installed by default one by one, I
came to presenter-screen. I deleted the extension and restarted LibO and
everything works great. The right-click menu is instant.

How to solve on Win7 64bit:
Close LibO and the quickstarter
Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 3\share\extensions
Delete the presenter-screen folder.
Restart LibO

Fyi - this fixed it for me as well - but I also tested reinstalling the
extension manually, and it seems to remain fixed, so there is something
wrong with the way it was pre-installed...

I'd also recommending deleting all of the huge array of language
dictionaries as well. Deleting only the presenter-screen folder got me
from a 7-8 second response on right click to ~2-3 seconds. Deleting all
but the English dictionary (which is all I use anyway) got me down to
less than 1 second/instant response on Win7/3Gib/2.1Ghz laptop.

I'll test again by completely uninstalling B3 and reinstalling (I only
use Win7 for testing). I'll also try the same on the WinXP machine.

Well deleting all but the en dictionary didn't work. But deleting all
but the en dictionary + presenter-screen did. Instant resonse on right
click (Win7).

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