Thomas Blasejewicz-3 wrote
I have another question.
I noticed, since I am using Windows 8.1 (2-3 months ago), currently LO
that attempts at opening files from the IE Explorer (this thing seems to
have another name, but can't remember it) file view
VERY OFTEN (almost always) "fail".
With "fail" I mean:
I have for example one Writer and one Calc file open. No errors at all,
just ordinary work.
Then I click on a WRITER/CALC file somewhere on my disks.
-> Nothing happens.
No matter what I try.
-> I close the Writer/Calc files one by one. Still nothing happens.
-> I close LibreOffice -> immediately a "file recovery" screen opens and
tells me, it is recovering the files I was working on.
-> Once that is done, the file I clicked in the Explorer view ALSO opens.
This did NOT happen with my old Windows XP machines, not on 3 different
and as far as I remember not with earlier versions of LibreOffice.
Does anybody know anything about this?
Once check for a correct file association, and registration of LibreOffice
as a Windows 8/8.1 Desktop application...
When you attempt opening with the Windows Explorer GUI, also have a look at
the LibreOffice main menu's -> Window menu for the open component. Does it
show just the original open document(s), or are there now two (or more)
documents of the component type listed?
And, if more than one is listed, can you select it from the Window menu?
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