Running latest Dev version of LibreOffice 7.4Alpha (2022-Feb-08 03:40) on MacOS Monterey version 12.2 and latest GPG Suite 2021.3
I am finally able to sign documents from this version of LibreOffice, but if I click on 'Start Certificate Manager' in the 'Digital Signatures' window, I get this error:
Could not find any certificate manager
I've tested this in Windows and Linux and it works as it should. This bug is only found in the MacOS version of LibreOffice.
1. menubar File > Digital Signatures > Digital Signatures
2. Click "Start Certificate Manager…"
Could not find any certificate manager.
If GPG Suite is installed, GPG Keychain is the tool to manage OpenPGP Keys so that should probably be opened.
Setting to NEW as problem is confirmed.
@Luc: Can you describe what happens on Windows | Linux?
I'm using KDE with Fedora 35. So I have Kleopatra installed.
When I click on 'Start Certificate Manager', Kleopatra opens up.
With Windows, you need to install Gpg4Win. When you click the same button, it opens the Windows version of Kleopatra that comes with Gpg4Win.
I can reproduce this with all current versions of LibreOffice, LODev, and Collabora Office.
(In reply to Luc Lalonde from comment #0)
> Running latest Dev version of LibreOffice 7.4Alpha (2022-Feb-08 03:40) on
> MacOS Monterey version 12.2 and latest GPG Suite 2021.3
> I am finally able to sign documents from this version of LibreOffice, but if
Isn't this problem linked to bug 125636 though ?
The whole point being that GPG keys are not certificates.
(In reply to Alex Thurgood comment #5)
This ticket has nothing to do with that discussion. The ticket you're refering seems to be a tutorial on the differences between PGP and X.509 and their implementation.
The certificate manager that I'm referring to supports both of these!
Luc: If you are referring to GPG Keychain, that only supports OpenPGP keys.
Wow, then I stand corrected! I thought that it shared a code base with Kleopatra.