Le 08/08/2018 à 05:05, Steve Edmonds a écrit :
The unopkg command is your friend here.
Depending on whether you attempted the extension installation for all
users, or just for a specific user, you may need to start it with admin
rights, or as the superuser (OS dependent).
You will need to run it from a terminal.
Alternatively, you can forcibly remove extensions via a file manager of
your choice by deleting the corresponding extension folder in the
application's /resources/extensions folder or else in the user's profile
and searching through the obscured name folders to find the one
corresponding to your extension.
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