[libreoffice-users] RE: Unhandled Exception: InvalidRegistryException

2012-08-28 Thread contrazz
Unfortunately, there's not an AppData folder in the path for any of the normal users on this computer. full searches of C: found a few for tech-support users, but no LibreOffice in any of them. Searching C: for LibreOffice also turns up nothing. If there was such a folder from the previous

[libreoffice-users] Re: Unhandled Exception: InvalidRegistryException

2012-08-28 Thread contrazz
Some additional information - a second warning that I didn't report previously. Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Runtime Error! Program: C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 3.6\program\soffice.bin This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please

[libreoffice-users] Re: Unhandled Exception: InvalidRegistryException

2012-08-28 Thread Tom
Hi :) This guide might be more helpful http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/UserProfile The User Profile is kept in different places in different OSes. The wiki-page covers the different pathnames used in different OSes, even the ones that choose to be very non-standard and also show

[libreoffice-users] Re: Unhandled Exception: InvalidRegistryException

2012-08-28 Thread Tom
Hi :) I'm not sure if this mailing list does count. This list might be able to help but i think the idea was to post a bug-report or contact the devs lists about it. It's best to try to solve the issue through this list, as you have done, before posting a bug-report tho. Regards from Tom :)

[libreoffice-users] RE: Unhandled Exception: InvalidRegistryException

2012-08-28 Thread V Stuart Foote
If it is a Windows Vista or Windows 7 system the path to the profile is a s listed. It may be hidden. To unhide open Windows Explorer shell - Tools - Folder Options - View and in the Advanced settings section tic the radio button Show hidden files, folders, and drives The per-user

[libreoffice-users] RE: Unhandled Exception: InvalidRegistryException

2012-08-28 Thread contrazz
Thanks - this got it fixed! The path I used to unhide the folder was different: Explorer: Organize Folder and search options General Navigation Pane Show all folders and Explorer: Organize Folder and search options View Advanced settings Hidden files and folders ... I would *never*