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On 30/09/14 16:00, Sophie wrote:

That is what is doing the Windows installer. On Linux, there is only one
command line and a file to edit, so really I don't see how it's
complicated. I don't know about Mac however.

On a Mac, you can install as many instances of LibreOffice as you want,
provided that each one has a different name, but it is way better to
have only one of them open (there might be configuration conflicts, as
they might be accessing the same configuration file).

Of course, by using the Terminal you can tweak configurations, but a
typical Mac user is not supposed to use the Terminal.

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