I do not know about how LO uses the "standard.dic" file.
There is no current path listed for that file.
3.4.5 just asks if you would like to add the word to the "standard.dic"
file, but does not show its path anywhere.
So if your computer shows this option, then you will have to look for
[file navigator's search function] that file.
Each version of Windows seems to have these type of things in different
places, and well as Linux and Mac.
On 02/16/2012 07:29 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Can you do that with
Tools - Options - Paths
I think you can set it as a networked 'drive' (file-share). I don't know about drop-box though or any of the Cloud ideas.
--- On Thu, 16/2/12, Benoît Majerus<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Benoît Majerus<email@example.com>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] standard.dic on dropbox
Date: Thursday, 16 February, 2012, 8:40
Is there any way to specify a new location for the standard.dic file?
I would like to move the standard.dic file to my dropbox folder so that all
my custom dictionary additions will be synced for all my different
installations of LibreOffice.
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