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** Reply to message from besr <besr2010-prg@yahoo.es> on Wed, 09 Feb 2011
23:41:48 -0300

El 09/02/2011 11:37 p.m., Cliff Scott escribi├│:
I just looked at the extension manager this evening for the first time since
I wanted to install some extensions. I found a long list of extensions for
various languages that I didn't install. The problem is that I want to remove
those extensions, but they are all locked. There is a "lock" image in the
right hand corner and there is no remove button. How do I get rid of this
extra stuff that I don't need?

They change the type of extensions adding like 3 type more, user,┬┐?, and 
for you question the extensions which are installed with the installer of LO
Those extensions(with the installed) are locked and they have to 
uninstall with a custom install/repair installation of LO.

I did a "modify" install and all dictionaries except EN were already marked
not to install. There were no options to remove them in the Extension list.
These unwanted extensions are all kinds of dictionaries like Russian,
Vietnamese, Swiss and many more. Why are they there when the install program
was instructed not to install them? Does anyone else see this?

Cliff

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