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On 01/22/2015 11:04 AM, Stephan Bergmann wrote:
On 01/21/2015 06:15 PM, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 21/01/2015 16:54, Stephan Bergmann a écrit :
Are you really sure that it ever worked that if you rename to it will then locate its user profile under
~/Library/Application Data/Foo/ instead of ~/Library/Application
Data/LibreOffice/?  That would surprise me.

No, you had to rename the user profile /Library/Application Support/Foo
accordingly before restarting LO - this was the advice we were giving
out to users on our wiki.

We are talking past each other here.  What I meant is whether a renamed to would have "expected" the user
profile at ~/Library/Application Data/Foo/, i.e., would have picked up
the data at ~/Library/Application Data/Foo/ if you had also renamed
~/Library/Application Data/LibreOffice/ to ~/Library/Application
Data/Foo/ before starting the renamed, or else would have
created and used a fresh ~/Library/Application Data/Foo/ if you did not
rename ~/Library/Application Data/LibreOffice/.

...and <> indeed claims that did work long ago: "Up to and including the 3.3.x series, the way to separate configurations on the Mac simply involved renaming your existing installation user configuration folder to the same name as the name of the LibreOffice application." Interesting; that completely slips my memory.

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