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At 05:12 11/06/2013 -0700, Vieri Noname wrote:
In my case, we're generating odt docs in a webdav repository and serving them to LO clients. We want the clients to always save to the same location, same file name. It wouldn't make any sense at all to "save as" and would only give us problems.

Surely any user who found they couldn't Save As... but wanted to save the file under a different name or in a different location could circumvent your intended protection by merely closing the document, doing the necessary in the operating system, and then re-opening the new file in LibreOffice? If you have the authority to forbid their doing that, your problem would be solved anyway.

Brian Barker

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