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Monthly Archives: October 2007

After an impromptu dead parrot sketch at the OOoCon (“the beamer works” – “no, it’s dead” – “bah, it’s not dead, it just needs a reboot”… (you might look forward to the still-missing video)), I had a rather rough ride with the proverbial last 10 percent of the browser functionality – I’m still not 100% happy with the representation in OOo’s Calc, and the xcs schema parser leaves something to desire. But surely the thing is now ready for config hackers to play with it – grab your copy here:

09e22fc6d8d9f9bfd3dc7cf838ce6590 ooconfig.oxt

(for those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about: OoConfig is a Python extension, providing a tool quite similar in spirit to Mozilla’s about:config page – a way of tweaking the complete (even hidden) set of configuration items. See also the wiki for further information)