At 09:53 23/12/2014 -0500, Kevin O'Brien wrote:
On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 7:29 PM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 16:26 22/12/2014 -0500, Kevin O'Brien wrote:
What I am seeing is that when I am in Impress and go to Save as
Templates-->Save As Template, the window that opens only has one tab,
Documents, and not the four tabs I am used to seeing (Documents,
Spreadsheets, Presentations, Drawings).
Chapter 2 of the Impress Guide say that you won't see the relevant
template folder if it is empty. Catch-22, eh?!
Here's what it suggests you do:
Brian, thank you, that worked, and I doubt I would have thought of it any
time soon. But I have gone over the Impress Guide and I don't see this in
there. I am using the IG4.2, which I believe is the latest, and the section
for Working with Templates begins on Page 47, and I just cannot find your
solution in there anywhere. Are you using a different version of the Impress
Yes: I was reading the 4.0 Impress Guide (perhaps unhelpfully: sorry). No,
there appears to be no similar explanation in the 4.2 guide. Does that mean
the problem claims to have been solved?
At 10:53 23/12/2014 -0500, Kevin O'Brien wrote:
So far, it looks like this workaround needs to be done every time you
attempt to save a Template. So it does not look like a first-time only
problem, it looks like a general bug.
Does restarting LibreOffice solve this?
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