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But the Java Access Bridge, v 2.02 did load against JRE 1.7u5--correct?  Are you back up with your 
NVDA, and or Dolphin screen reader?
Did you delete (or rename)  your LibreOffice user profile following the uninstall prior to 
launching LibreOffice after reload?  That would be the entire C:\Users\<your user 
name>\AppData\Roaming\LibreOffice folder.
Any difference working with a newly created user account?


From: Tom Randall []
Sent: Tue 6/26/2012 11:10 PM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: latest java update has broken my installof Libre Office.

Hi all.

Ok well I have done as complete an uninstall and registry cleaning as I can
reasonably do at this point.  After uninstalling all java related things
including L.O. I cleaned the registry and there were in fact some errors
that were corrected.  So I then re-installed the programs in the order that
Stuart suggested.  However, when I run L.O. and try to enable accessibility
I get this error message.

LibreOffice requires a Java runtime environment (JRE) to perform this task.
The selected JRE
is defective. Please select another version or install a new JRE and select
it under Tools -
Options - LibreOffice - Java.

So, this is where I am at this point.  I hope to hell somebody figures out
what is going on with this since I am apparently not the only person having
this problem.  Fortunately my Mac version of L.O. is still working so I can
use it to actually get work done because I cannot afford to keep frakking
around with this all week.

I'm done ranting for now, I do appreciate you guys trying to help out and I
am sure we will get this figured out eventually.

Best regards,


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