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On 04/14/2012 10:08 PM, Jay Lozier wrote:On
      04/14/2012 08:08 PM, Doug wrote:On 04/14/2012 07:48 PM, Tom Davies wrote:Hi :)You can see 
what version of java is being used in LibreOffice
          by going toTools - Options - JavaHopefully you will see both version of java listed.You
          should be able to see which one is selected and the tick-box
          should hopefully show that java is being used. Regards fromTom :)Following instructions, 
I find both versions of java listed, but
        neither one checked.I found that I could check one or the other, but not
        both--stands to reason, I guess.I hit "revert" and they both became unchecked again.So 
        one be checked,and if so, which?--dougWhat are the version listed?He wrote:According to 
Symantic, I have installed a batch of Java,and a batch of java have no idea what
      LibreOffice uses, orwhy both these sets of java files are installed, but I wouldn't
      dare change them.If someone reading this thinks there should be something else, I
      will forwardthe message on to the devs at pclos and see what they say.--dougMy case: 
Archlinux with LibreOffice Build ID:
    350m1(Build:102)Java: Sun Microsystems Inc. 1.6.0_24 (Shouldn't it say Oracle's??)Regards,Nicols
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