On 10/31/2013 05:44 PM, Marc Grober wrote:
I said to myself, go ahead and let LO download something.... what
could get worse?
Well, now, instead of popping and telling me (inaccurately) that I
didn't have java, it just crashes.
So, is there a procedure to resolve this mess?
See my responses to the "LibreOffice 4.1.2 and Mac OS X 10.9
(Mavericks)" and "OSX Mavericks upgrade prevents LO from opening because
of lack of java" threads on this mailing list for details.
And note that, at least technically, it is not LO that displays the
dialog inviting you to download and install Apple's JRE, so there's
little we can do from the LO side without knowing why it keeps crashing
for some. When LO crashes for you, does it silently go away, or does it
come back with LO's crash dialog (where it asks you to continue and
recover any documents that had been open, if any), or does the generic
OS X crash dialog (with "Ignore", "Reopen", "Report" buttons, IIRC) come up?
If the latter (the generic dialog), that would be great, because if you
can still reproduce the crash, it would be helpful if you click "Report"
and paste all the data here.
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