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Re: [libreoffice-users] Extensions by Openoffice

I publish the same extension to both LO and AOO and it works fine in both.

The extension will work, or not, based on how the extension is written. What is the extension? Do you know the implementation language? If

My extension is in basic so there is no external dependency, which means that it should work on any platform or distribution (unless I use an API that was changed in one or the other). I would say just install it and see if it works. That said, if they have a different version based on the platform, it is less likely to work. If it is written in basic, it is probably fine. In C++, I expect that it might not work; but I am only guessing.

Which extension is it? What platform do you use (windows? Linux? Mac?)

On 06/12/2014 06:05 PM, peter9999 wrote:
Hi! I want to install some extensions from Openoffice in LO, can I do it
without any severe problems? Will they function in Libreoffice?


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Re: [libreoffice-users] Extensions by OpenofficeTom Davies <tomcecf@gmail.com>
[libreoffice-users] Extensions by Openofficepeter9999 <oskarx@gmx.de>
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