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On 01/07/12 11:28, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 01.07.2012 11:08, Ulf Göransson wrote:

I have a problem running an old Python macro that I've written for Calc.
It is a plain .py file, stored under
~/.libreoffice/3/user/Scripts/python. I used to be able to run it via
the Tools - Macros - Run Macro... menu command but now when I try, none
of my macros are listed.

It's been at least 6 months since I ran it last and I must have upgraded
the system a few times since then. Have there been changes in this area?

According to the About dialog, I have LibreOffice Build ID:
350m1(Build:2) as provided with Ubuntu 12.04.

Do you see any macros under Tools>Macros>Organize>Python?
Can you run the Hello World macro (under "LibreOffice Macros") against a new Writer document?

Yes and no. I see three example macros under "LibreOffice Macros" but none of my own.

And the hello world macro runs just fine.


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