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Hi Niklas,

Just fyi, the extensions works great!

One thing... I do use the Quickstarter, and I tried the extension right
after installing it - without restarting  the Quickstarter - and
Libreoffice went into some kind of strange loop right after I
right-clicked on a cell in a new table inserted into a new/unsaved
writer doc.

I had to kill Libreoffice (kill all of the soffice.bin process), and
after that, it is now working great.

Thanks very much!!

On 9/6/2015 11:26 AM, Tanstaafl <> wrote:
Awesome, thanks Niklas!

I probably won't be able to try it until Tuesday, but will do so as soon
as I can and let you know how it goes.

Thanks again!

On that note...

I wonder - would it be possible to create a more generic (and I'm sure
more complicated) extension that allows you to create new sub-menu
content entries like this?

Or, maybe, just one that allows you to add one of the main menus (ie, in
this case, 'Table') to the context menu?

Anyway, just thinking how to make it more useful to others...

Thanks again!

On 9/5/2015 7:44 PM, Niklas Johansson <> wrote:

I created an extension that adds a submenu, Cell Protection, to the context
menu of tables. Feel free to give feedback, and I will try to publish the
extension to the LibreOffice Extension Center.

Note that at the moment the extension is in English only.

For the time being, you can download the extension from:


2015-09-01 15:35 GMT+02:00 Tanstaafl <>:

On 8/30/2015 1:19 PM, Tanstaafl <> wrote:
I'll go and create a new enhancement request to allow customizing the
context menus.

Done: bug 93837

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