Created attachment 133133 [details]
Menu Tools/Options.../LibreOffice/Memory/LibreOffice Quickstart
"[X] Load LibreOffice during system start-up" writes a "LibreOffice 5.x"
shortcut to "%appdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup".
Quickstart systray context menu also offers an entry to enable/disable
checkbox/context menu is checked if shortcut exists.
in an enterprise environment users maybe should not be able to change
quickstart settings. so it should be possible to finalize the setting,
for example a registry value
"org.openoffice.Office.Common/Misc/AllowQuickstartConfig" could be added.
It has been proposed to remove the whole feature: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Proposals_for_removing_features#The_so-called_QuickStarter
Everyone seems to be in agreement.
> It has been proposed to remove the whole feature:
is there any reason to remove it? do you have some background information?
i ask, cause we are running a webservice inside LO, which is triggerd
from external processes to create documents, so we have to make sure,
LO is still running even if a user closes the startcenter frame.
(In reply to Oliver Brinzing from comment #2)
> > It has been proposed to remove the whole feature:
> is there any reason to remove it? do you have some background information?
> i ask, cause we are running a webservice inside LO, which is triggerd
> from external processes to create documents, so we have to make sure,
> LO is still running even if a user closes the startcenter frame.
Ok, that is good to know. I think there might be some better way to achieve what you want, though. You could ask on http://ask.libreoffice.org/ about a way that does not rely on Quickstarter.
I think the point to remove it is that it causes more problems than it solves and it would be better to make start-up times quicker in general.
Quickstarter is planned to be removed https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Proposals_for_removing_features#The_so-called_QuickStarter
Closing as RESOLVED WONTFIX