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I have Writers Tools and it works with 3.4.5 on Ubuntu 64-bit 10.04LTS.

I wonder if it is something to do with having both 3.4.6 [beta?] and 3.5.1 installed at the same time. I run it as well with XP and Vista.

I wonder also if you could take the LO user data folder and rename it. Then it should show that the items listed in the Extension Manager is no longer there, or most of them. It does for Ubuntu when I rename the ".libreoffice" folder. Then install the Writers Tools extension again.

Where did you get the file?  Was it downloaded properly/uncorrupted?

Here is my copies. I tend to install both "Tools" and "Extras" if I install one of them.

I also tend to install Pagination with those two as well.

On 03/28/2012 10:20 AM, wrote:
I have both Libreoffice 3.4.6. & 3.5.1 installed on my Windows 7 Home 64 bit desktop.

Recently, I tried to install the extension WriterTools 1.9.1.

However, even though the extension appears in Extension Manager in both versions of LO, it did not fully install. Thus, is not operational.

Now, I can't get it t fully install - nor can I get extension manager to uninstall it.

I've contacted the author of this extension days ago but have received no reply.

Does anyone have any idea how I can somehow manually uninstall this extension?

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