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Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2016 15:35:25 -0700 (MST)
After installation of version 5.03, I found that the 'AltSearch" extension
that I had installed for version 4.x is apparently incompatible with the
newer version, but I have not yet located any instructions for removing such
an extension. Now, each time I save a document while exiting from Writer, I
get an error message that files are damaged and will be reconstructed next
time I open them.
No damage is evident, and no files are listed in the message. I renamed my
user profile as per the on-line instructions, and the message went away, so
I presume it's connected somehow to the presence of the incompatible
extension. However I have customized my system to such an extent that I need
to return to the original user profile to be able to work comfortably.
Is there a process for removing such material, or must I bite the bullet,
blow away my entire installation (which is on Xubuntu 14.04.3) and install
version 5 anew from the PPA?
I am not an Xubuntu user, but I am using the vanilla LO 184.108.40.206RC3 x64
on PCLinux and Windows 7 with the AltSearch extension version 1.4.1
which is working perfectly for me. I did experience a problem with macro
errors (no crashes) in a previous LO version (4.?), but this was
resolved by removing and reinstalling the extension.
Where did you hear that the extension was incompatible with the 5.x
versions of LO?
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