On 07/01/2012 07:54 AM, Alex Thurgood wrote:
On 01/07/2012 13:02, Ulf Göransson wrote:
/usr/lib/libreoffice/share/Scripts/python/HelloWorld.py to the same
location, just in case there had become something wrong with my files
but that doesn't show up either.
However, when I did the opposite and put my script under /usr/lib/...,
it worked alright. So I guess it is only my local directory that isn't
working for some reason. Has the default directory name changed? Can it
be edited somewhere?
So looks like something got screwed up in the migration of your user
configuration. Would be a good idea to report this as a bug, far too
many user configuration migration failures go unnoticed by the devs.
The more people report them, even if it turns out to be duplicate of
one already registered, the more chance there is that attention will
be given to the migration process.
I seem to recall however, that this was indeed one of the side effects
of the migration from 3.4.x to 3.5.x.
For 3.5.4 running Ubuntu 10.4 . . .
In the Options / LibreOffice / Paths
Most of the paths used by LibreOffice are
/home/"username"/.config/libreoffice/3/user/. . . . . . . .
AutoCorrect, AutoText, Backups, Gallery, and Graphics all use that path.
So, would it be correct to assume that LO might want to have the Python
Macros to be in that path as well?
In my system there is a "/3/user/Scripts" folder there but it is
empty since I have not created any scripts.
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