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2012/7/21 Manfred J. Krause <>

Hi Guy,

On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 10:18 PM, Guy Voets wrote:
Hi all,

I installed today, and have a problem with the Anaphraseus
The extension hasn't been working for some time, but now, I get a error
message from LibO:

a Scripting Framework error occurred while executing Basic script

Message: The following Basic script could not be found:
library: 'LibAnaphrase'
module: 'Install'
method: 'RemoveAnaphraseus'
location: 'application'

This window now appears every time I close a document...
How to get rid of Anaphraseus (it doesn't work anyway because pf some
conflict with Google Translate or such).  [...]

Have a look at → 'Cannot uninstall Anaphraseus Extension'

Hope this helps

Hi Manfred,

I tried this weekend to reach, but it was too busy. I
only succeeded to see the solutions you propose today. The 'uninstall'
option in the Anaphraseus menu doesn't seem to work. The 'uninstall' option
in the 'Readme_Eng' file gave the same error message as above. I also
clicked on the 'remove menu' button... surprise surprise, it now seems all
things Anaphraseus are gone.

using LibO 3.6.0 on a iMac Intel DualCore Lion 10.7.4
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