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       Did you 'save' to the 'download' folder before opening it?

       If you did, then the old version as well as the new version should
be there  ;-)
           now (1) delete all of LO ->
                  (2) re-install the older version ->
                  (3) re-install the newer version in a separate folder.

On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Virgil Arrington <>wrote:

While I wouldn't call it anger, I was honestly surprised that LO 4.0
*replaced* my previous install of LO 3.6.x. I thought it would install
side-by-side. I confess I install these things so quickly, that I may have
missed an install option somewhere.

But, I concur about some features that worked on 3.6 but not on 4.0. The
most notable that I've found so far is that, in Writer, the F11 style list
no longer opens to the setting it was on when I last closed. Now, on my
computer (Win7), it always opens up to "Custom Styles," when I prefer it to
open to "Hierarchical." LO 3.6 saved my "Hierarchical" setting, but LO 4.0
does not.


Sent: Monday, February 25, 2013 5:28 PM
To: Pedro
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Why is Impress screwed up with

 So, you should expect some angry new users and some upset old users who
naive enough to upgrade to 4.0...

I hope some of this anger turns into something productive like
contributions, I know for sure QA could use some assistance to catch as
many of these issues as possible before release.


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