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At 21:27 24/11/2012 +0900, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
This message COULD be sent in response to my own post, but NOT in response to Mr. Davies' post. Now that the message has been posted, it does not matter any more, but
somehow I would like to know why ...

(2012/11/21 17:53), Tom Davies wrote:
Have you tried renaming your user profile? Is it possible the problem is being caused by an [Redacted]?

I'm not sure if it would be better to post a new bug-report and link to the old one, or just add a comment to say the regression appears to have reappeared.

[Redacted]: I use mainly the same [redacted]s on my home computer and the one in my office (would have to check whether there are differences) Home computer works fine. So, likelihood of a bug is not so high - I suspect.

Java: checked JRE this morning (had two days off here in Japan). It was installed (1.6.037). Updated to just now. No change. LO crashes 100% when trying to use File -> Wizard.

Any other ideas?

Thank you.

The original rejection said "Mail appears to be spam [...] and is rejected due to policy." Your message contained the word _e x t e n s i o n_ (or its plural) three times in a little over 120 words. That's quite a high concentration. I hesitate to point this out, but that word is a feature of certain types of spam.

(My first attempt to send this, without the editing, has - not surprisingly - also not reached the list.)

Brian Barker

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