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The quickstarter option was the source of many issues, and disappeared at
some point, since libreoffice now startup is way faster than before...

This discussion showed up some times ago. If I remember correctly the main
point of still looking for the quickstarter was to have a "handy" menu with
all libreoffice programs at hand, and this can be replicated with all
desktop environment.

Cley Faye

2012/7/12 AG <>

Hi list

As the subject line says really - there is no option to activate the quick
starter for LO3.5.5 using Debian squeeze.  I downloaded and installed the
LO3.5.5 today (after removing the previous version, which also did not have
a quick start option), and find again that 3.5.5 lacks this.

Is this now standard with LO to not have a quick starter option or is this
something peculiar to Debian packages or something else?

Can anyone advise how I can get this option back, because it really is



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