Thank you for these answers. Here are the results.
Le 28/02/2012 21:47, Mirosław Zalewski a écrit :
try running LO like that:
Works fine. I get gnome open/save dialog boxes.
If you would like to force GTK everytime, try adding:
into your ~/.bashrc
Doesn't work, even after restarting the session.
Doesn't work either.
Maybe I didn't paste it at the right place. I've seen there was "if"
be pasted into the looop or at the very end of the file ?
I think that variable name is quite misleading. Perhaps no one noticed it yet.
Will you be able to find few minutes and file bug report about it on LO
Or at least send message to developers mailing list (maybe it should
be discussed first)?
OK. I'll do when I've solved the problem, so I can give a complete report.
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