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First of all, you should first open LibreOffice again. This time instead of clicking OK to file recovery, Click Cancel. There is something wrong with the last saved version of a document. When clicking Cancel, that version is deleted by LibreOffice. This may solve by itself. Otherwise you may need to close LibreOffice and then go to the configuration files found in /home/(your user name)/.config/libreoffice/4/. There you should find a folder named User. It contains all of the configurations files. Rename this folder this folder and restart LIbreOffice which will create a new User folder. At this point, you should use Tools > Options to change any of the configurations you had earlier set here since deleting the User folder also deleted them.


On 7/15/20 10:01, pete wrote:
Hi folks

having issues with  libreoffice

It was working fine  type a letter in printed it out saved closed   no problem .

Came to write another letter 2 weeks later it some up with the file recovery
dialoge  click ok it goes away  comes to the next recovery window  filename
tell it to carry on  it returns to the previous window  . i have tried
uninstalling it  "pacman -R libreoffice " then reinstalled still the same

i need this to work i have a lot of thigs to sort out  and it is making life
that was already difficult even harder

  running on Arch Linux
Build ID: 6.4.5-2
CPU threads: 8; OS: Linux 5.7; UI render: default; VCL: kf5;
Locale: en-GB (en_GB.UTF-8); UI-Language: en-GB
Calc: threaded

Thanks  Pete .

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