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Hi :)
For the issue in number 1.
When you look in the folder that contains the alleged file (that doesn't
exist anymore) then you might find a file with the same name but 
~lock 
added to the front of the file-name.  Delete the ~lock file and then LO/OOo
will stop trying to recover it.  Sometimes the ~lock file is in the Back-ups
folder in your user-profile
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/UserProfile 
Again just delete it. 
Regards from
Tom :)



mariosv wrote

El 13/04/12 2:17, rexrino escribiรณ:
On 04/12/2012 07:42 PM, Onyeibo Oku wrote:

<snip />

1. Libreoffice is trying to recover files that do not exist. This
happens at every start-up. The files in question are not corrupt. They
were deleted and are no longer needed. I'd like to stop this behaviour.
Any clues? I suspect Libreoffice maintains a list/record of recently
failed loading attempts and continues to try entries on that list at
each start-up ... if this is true, where does LibO maintain such?

<snip />

Regards
Onyeibo




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