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Hi :)
You are welcome!  It's good to hear you are enjoying using Macs already.  Sadly most of us are 
forced into going back to Windows, for example - at work or some cyber-cafes.  I think a lot of us 
have mostly escaped to Gnu&Linux which is another unix-based system (Mac is unix-based too) which 
makes us all a bit safer and happier.  

It is difficult to avoid telling people that they would probably suffer less problems and be 
happier on Macs (or Gnu&Linux) but telling them  back-fires somewhat and they seem to think that 
you think of yourself as superior.  It's probably better to just settle back and be smug when they 
tell you of their hassles and malware issues.  Enjoy!
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Wed, 4/1/12, Amy Mandaean <> wrote:

From: Amy Mandaean <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] "Restore windows" bug
Date: Wednesday, 4 January, 2012, 13:50

THANK YOU, ALL!!  It is solved, and productivity is mine once again.  :)  

The Lion OS does hide the Library folder, but Dominik's shift-cmd-G trick was magic.  The thread 
Jay posted was exactly my problem, and I found the offending filename there: 
"org.libreoffice.script.savedState" which was in "Saved Application State" in the Library.  Thank 
you, Ken for the screen shots and walking me through my Finder preferences--suddenly I have so much 
more control over this incredible machine.  You all are right--Mac is amazing.  Never going back!  

Thank you thank you thank you!!


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