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Am 03.06.2012 11:28, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 03/06/12 11:03, Tom Davies a écrit :

Hi Tom,

Hi :)
I thought it was possible to copy user-profiles between different machines?  Even between ones running 
different OSes?  Is it not possible to copy&paste the Extensions folder from the old folder 
position to the new one?  Something like the equivalent of

In theory, yes. In practice, YMMV. I always now systematically rename my
LO user profile before installing a new version, then install the new
version, start it once, and then replace the user profile created with
my previously backed up one. It sucks that one should have to do this in
order to preseve one's settings. I know of no other app where this is
the case.

IMHO, this is completely inacceptable because this program's productivity depends very much on customization. You can zip your profile and send it to the developers with detailed info about your system and which upgrade was spoiled by that particular profile. According to exprerience with parallel installations, extensions are the main culprit. You may try to remove all your additional extensions before installation and see if this helps somehow.

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