Okay, here's a weird one.
I'm using a Sony Vaio Win7 laptop. I've been wanting to play with Linux,
so I installed Ubuntu 12.10, using the full dual boot install (not the
Wubi) complete with a partitioned hard drive.
Ubuntu came with LO 22.214.171.124. I've done nothing to the Linux LO
installation other than to change some screen colors and put my name in
the General/User Data area.
I'm wanting to direct my document path in the Linux LO to my Win7
document directory on the Win7 partition. When I try to change the paths
in Tools/Options/Paths, absolutely nothing happens. I can select the
Win7 document directory, but when I click <ok> I get no change. In fact,
it won't even let me change any of my paths to anything other than
what's already there. I can't even change them to a Linux directory.
It's as if my paths are locked in place, but I can't find anyway to
unlock them to allow me to change them.
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