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Le 03/02/2014 21:03, iveand a écrit :
I am
      not looking to add "interactive features" to LibreOffice, but
      simply to adjust some of the default settings on a "system wide"
      level.If I could bundle these as an extension that would be just
      fine to deploy.I could even have the .xml file (I would guess an
      .xcu?) of "my" unique settings static, and the extension would
      just put it in place and update whatever needs modifying to point
      to it?I think I am making some progress as I found this 
link: that link is this 
          support in the Configuration Manager

I'd suggest a simple method: install LibO on a clean machine. Set it up
to your liking then save the user profile from this machine. All you've
got to do afterwards is to restore the saved user profile to each and
every new install. Then everyone has got the same in-house settings.

I'm using this very method to do exactly that.
Under Windows, I combine this with ActiveSetup so that I get an
automatic user-setting: I save the user profile somewhere on the PC (in
a subdir of ProgramFiles/LibreOffice) and configure ActiveSetup to go
and copy these settings to the new user profile. And that's it.

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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