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Le 02/03/2020 à 10:25, M Henri Day a écrit :

I'm not a Mac user myself, but according to Jack Wallen at *Tech Republi*c (,
if one has installed a PGP tool for MacOS (he suggests GPG Suite), one can
sign documents by following the procedures outlined in the article....

And therein lies the problem :

Until people have actually tried it on macOS and found that it doesn't
work without some very particular user-unfriendly command line fiddling
and Info.plist modification which causes LO to then refuse to start,
well, they should do their research, sorry.


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