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On Mar 2, 2011, at 19:27 , Larry Gusaas wrote:

On 2011/03/02 7:08 AM  James Wilde wrote:
On my Mac box I have apparently moved or even re-moved the packages I downloaded.  I have, 
however, opened /Preferences/Language Settings/Writing Aids, and all I can find under 
User-defined dictionaries are:

AM-english [English (UK)]
Personal English [English(UK)]
Personal Swedish [Swedish (Sweden)]
standard [All]
oracle [All]
soffice [All]
IgnoreAllList [All]
Installed dictionaries are not listed in that location. They are in Tools/Extension Manager.

Here I can see Swedish dictionary 1.43 and English spelling and hyphenating dictionaries and 
thesaurus 2010.03.16

Locations on Mac OS X:
To see the dictionaries and extensions installed by default:
In finder go to 'Applications'.
Right click on ''.
Click on 'Show Package Contents'.
Navigate to '/Applications/' to see dictionaries and 
extensions installed by default.

User installed extensions and dictionaries are located in the user profile.
/Users/<user name>/Library/Application Support/LibreOffice/3/user/uno_packages/cache/uno_packages

Thanks, Larry, then I don't have any installed.  Under uno_packages all I have is a document called 
kVmsXP and a folder with the name kVmsXP_.  No dictionaries in the folder.  Wonder how I'll remove 
them if I ever need to.  The padlock is closed, and doesn't open for me when I click it.

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