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On 07/21/2013 04:30 AM, Peter Maunder wrote:
Bad2theBone wrote

Just recently started checking out Fedora 19 on another system.
This version comes with LibreOffice 4.1. I found that I was not
able to setup my Persona settings in this version. My main system
has and just on a hunch I copied the libreoffice sub-dir
in .config to my test system after renaming it on that system. It
now works, although I haven't tried changing it now that I think
of it since doing that.

Anyone know enough about the config db or file to shed some light
on why this happened. Also is there any major difference between
config tool in 4.0 verses 4.1 that could create problems? Or is
it possible to be a Fedora thing and not generic LibreOffice

Have a look at bugs 63498 and 59230 to see whether yours is a
related problem. I have the same symptoms with 4.1 debian install
and Ubuntu 12.04 and Mint-Mate Maya... Peter

Yes, that's exactly what I experienced. For now I have the .config
sub-dirs from my system running Fedora 18 and LO copied onto
the system running Fedora 19 and LO 4.1.?.?. Since I saved my original
config on that system I may try restoring it and manually create the
persona sud-dir with the jpg files.

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