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On 02/16/2012 09:56 AM, Benoît Majerus wrote:
That's were I looked but I can't find a Path related to the dictionary.

I found the standard.dic is in wordbook under home/"user"/.config/libreoffice/3/user/wordbook The path is for Linux but I think the Mac uses a similar path. Note the .config folder is hidden.

You might try using a symbolic link to the file from the your dropbox folder in Terminal. I do not know if you use the GUI to do this with a Mac.

I am not sure of exact Mac syntax but I suspect it is something like ln -s path-to-file link-name. You would set up the link in the dropbox folder.


Jay Lozier

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