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Vieri schrieb:
My goal is to setup some custom macros globally for all users
(location=share). I don't want to include the macros within
location=document because I'll be deploying lots of docs and it
would be a pain to maintain/update macros within every single
odt document. I'd also like to avoid location=user (or
location=application - I don't remember which is which) because
I have PCs that are being used by lots of users and
copying/syncing "user macros" to each user profile on every
machine would be a waste of space and network bandwidth. That's
why I was hoping to install and update all my macros within the
main LO application. Another even better way would be to tell
the LO application that my custom macros can be found on a
remote server, eg. something like "location=url". This way, I'd
maintain my macros on my web/ftp/webdav/whatever server (just
one single copy) and forget about syncing them with each and
every LO client installation.

Any ideas?

My solution at work is like this:

I maintain several macros for all users as a personal basic 
If they are running correctly, I export the library to a public 
network share.
Other users have to import the library - only once, if imported 
as "reference". This is quite useful, because I can update the 
public library when necessary without further work on the 

System: opensuse 12.3 - 64-bit

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