Since I am running Mac OS X 10.6.8, I suppose I can use its Time Machine
feature to restore my past LibreOffice profile.
However, I do think it would be nice for LibreOffice to address migrating to
new versions in a more user friendly way. Perhaps something like the
automatic check that happens when Mozilla Firefox or Thunderbird get
updated. The feature will test all addons to make sure they work, and if
not, offers to try to update them for you.
Making backups is always important, but, again, I propose some enhancements
could be made to the LibreOffice upgrade process so that the user experience
can be less "abrupt/surprising" than extensions disappearing without
Thanks for your answers!
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