Uwe Fischer wrote: Hi Michael, Michael Meeks wrote: So - my experience is that the more people involved in a decision - the less likely any decision is to be taken: consider the difficulty of choosing a restaurant with 3 people vs. 10 people. I don't like Chinese, I can't walk far, I
Joerg Barfurth wrote: If an administrator wanted to override the value of Template path used by the application, he/she could do so with a short fragment of XML that simply replaces the value of org.openoffice.Office.Paths/Template/InternalPaths/org.openoffice.app. Apparently it was
Allen Pulsifer wrote: I tested the operation of path configuration in OOo v2.0.4 and wrote up instructions on how it can be configured by an administrator. Note these instructions are based on how the path settings have been tested to work, not how they are intended or documented to work.
Rene Engelhard wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, Mathias Bauer wrote: Rene Engelhard wrote: We should try to get rid of the Mozilla crap If you want to be taken serious you should stop to use offending words like the ones above. If you have some valid
Allen Pulsifer wrote: Just to follow up on this question, what in particular does the NOTINCHOOSER flag do? In testing, and in examining the source code, it appears to do nothing. In contrast, the NOTINFILEDIALOG hides the format in all dialogs, including File | Open, File | Save As and
NOTINCHOOSER excludes it from the filter dialog, the awful dialog you get when OOo can't find a filter. Hello Mathias, Thank you, that is helpful. Is there sample file somewhere that causes OOo to bring up the filter dialog? I wanted to test NOTINCHOOSER but I'm unable to get this dialog to
But you've hit the nail on the top. We have prepared for two ways of working with pathes: UserPaths can be overwritten like described here, InternalPaths are mergeable. So an admin that wants to write his own path as described by Allen and doesn't want to allow for changes made by users