[Wolves] Open Office org question..
chris-procter at talk21.com
Tue Jan 9 09:35:26 GMT 2007
--- James Turner <james at turnersoft.co.uk> wrote:
> Just tried:
> ooffice -help
> The list of options suggests:
> ooffice -nodefault
> ("don't start with an empty document") ...but this
> seems to cause the program
> to run without opening any window at all. (what I'd
> expect from -invisible
> or -headless).
> Now when I just do:
> it opens a minimal window with a plain grey
> background - no document open. Not
> sure if it used to do this before - I could have
> sworn it opened Writer.
> Anyone else have any success with these options?
The help files within ooffice (2.0.4) say
"-nodefault Starts without displaying any window."
but as you say the command line help disagrees.
Judging by mine and James experience, from the command
when the splash screen disappears kill ooffice with
control-c then start ooffice normally and see what
default document it starts with.
I've no idea how you get the default document back,
but thats a problem for another day :)
I suspect the nodefault option should open without a
document and the general weirdness in the behaviour of
this option is a bug in ooffice.
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