Robert Funnell wrote (11-01-12 03:49)
... Now I would like to share the new entries that I've
created in the symbol catalogue of the formula editor. These seem to be
defined in registrymodifications.xcu. That file is very large, contains
all sorts of stuff, and is hard to read. Does it make sense to copy it
from one machine to another?
It's worth a try and can't do much harm, since you can backup the
original one / can always start a clean profile.
If not, is there some other way of sharing symbol-catalogue entries?
As far as I remember, I've been able to add all kind of changes with
The way it works is still the same as it was with OOo, and I see the
starter page of the wiki is still there:
And probably on the fora there will also be examples.
Hope this helps,
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