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On 2012-07-16 16:41, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
The best place to find out where your "User Profile" really is, is to open LibreOffice and then 
Tools - Options - Paths
but to help you find what sort of thing you are looking for this wiki helps
(hopefully helps anyway) as it gives the default location in the various operating systems
Windows pre-Vista
Windows Vista and beyond
Gnu&Linux (except, of course, 1 of them has to be different from the rest)
BSD (i think.  BSDers tend to be left to their own devices and tend to get help from other BSDers 
in a separate forum and stuff)

Of course the location had to change for 3.5.x as the standard changed for most operating systems 
in the interests of clarity (or something).  So, the wiki-guide tries to make a fairly confusing 
set-up a lot less confusing but probably misses.  Suggestions for the wiki-page are welcome (ish).

Sorry for the typo in the previous message. I meant to say removing the
profile did not improve things. I tried this by moving my old profile
from .config/libreoffice/ and also by creating a new user on the system,
in both cases the problem persisted.

Miroslaw's idea of checking the environment variables did solve the
problem of the disfunctional compose key, but made another problem
reappear. Now I have a compose key, but also a GUI that is ugly and in
some cases broken (parts of comboboxes become unreadable).

Grx HdV

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