On 3/21/22 18:44, Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
On 21/03/2022 18:42, Joe Conner wrote:
On 3/20/22 07:41, Robert Großkopf wrote:
Hi. Yes, I can confirm.
I have LO 22.214.171.124 on ubuntu 20.04. When I press F1, it opens a
browser with address:
and says 'file not found'.
This is a totally wron path. Have a look for your LibreOffice
here is a part of the link, which has been shown in my browser
The help for Germany ("de") is installed.
This is an installation with original packages from LO on a
rpm-Linux-System (OpenSUSE). So it might be different to your
My offline help path is file:///tmp/lu28183k53.tmp/NewHelp3.html and
the file is not found.
As Robert has said, this is completely wrong. Under Debian 11 the file
is accessed via:
My guess is that you installed LibreOffice from an Ubuntu repository,
rather than the original libreoffice download site. /tmp is a
particularly stupid location - the clue is in the name. It's temporary.
I downloaded the help file from LibreOffice.org. Joe
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