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Le 19/01/2015 02:57, Larry Gusaas a écrit :

Create a sub-folder in your Applications folder and install the second
version of LibreOffice in the sub-folder.

If you do that, you will use the existing user configuration profile. In
order to exclude user configuration profile effects, you can try the
following :

- download the version of LibreOffice you want to try out ;
- rename your currently installed LibreOffice app bundle to something
else, e.g. LO4352 ;
- now change your user profile configuration folder to the same name as
the just changed app bundle ;
- next, install the newly downloaded version you want to install - drag
and drop to /Applications or any other folder of your choice;
- when you now start the LibreOffice app bundle, it will create a new
fresh profile.

If you want to later use LO4352, when you start it up, it should only
use the LO4352 user configuration folder (assuming you have named them
the same). I don't thin you can have both running at the same time.


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