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On 02/03/2014 08:39 PM, iveand wrote:
       idea what specific system integration Ubuntu offers for
       LibreOffice, but the recommended way to install site-wide
       configuration settings for stock LibreOffice is via extensions
       that are installed as shared or 
bundled.(See details.)Stephan 
and others,Thanks for the reply, but unfortunately the above link seems
     basically empty.I then checked out see some resources on 
     started developing.But I am not wanting to re-invent the wheel here and code something
     up from scratch so is there any sample extension that anyone knows
     of that will adjust any default values in the *.xcd XML files (or
     alternatively maybe they point LibreOffice to an additional location
     for settings that could be held in a custom "system wide" .xcu
     file?)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?Regards and thanks 

Sorry, my DevGuide URL was wrong, it should be <>.

For an example "configuration-only" extension, <> has a link to <> which in turn has a link to <>.


[Btw, your reply mail looked really garbled, see above. Could it be you're using a mail client that only produces poorly formatted plaintext alongside an HTML alternative?]

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