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February 09, 2009


This is all fine and dandy for your personal extensions. What should system administrators do if they want to provide an extension for all their users? How do I extend the system instance of OO.o?

(Following up my own post. Tsk. Tsk.)

The answer to my question is to look down to the other row, presumably, and to see the "OpenOffice.org Extensions" line.

Why does the brain only kick in after hitting "send"? 8-(

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