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I am creating a custom package of LibreOffice for windows XP.
I am installing some extension with "unopkg add --shared myext.oxt".
But then users are not able to disable the extension.

* I would like to know if it is possible to disable an extension by
commande line (or modifying a file or whatever but not by graphical
* Is it possible to allow users to disable/enable extensions installed
by "unopkg add --shared" ?

Thanks you in advance.

Maxime de Roucy
80 rue Roque de Fillol
Tel. : 0 810 251 251

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