When installing LibreOffice 126.96.36.199beta1-1 on Mint 14 (Nadia) with Cinnamon GUI, LibreOffice isn't shown in the menu.
Expected behavior: existing menu entries for LibreOffice in Cinnamon menu.
Actual behavior: no menu entries.
Workaround: calling /opt/libreofficedev4.1/program/soffice will run libreoffice
Affected platform: I can only confirm it on Mint 14 / Cinnamon X86_64 (and probably any Ubuntu based distro running Cinnamon).
I don't remember facing this problem on previous releases installed on Fedora/Gnome3.
P.S.: gnome integration package is installed.
Hello A. Fakhouri, *,
I have not installed Cinnamon here, so I am not able to test this with Debian Testing AMD64, sorry ... :(
Did you install the debian-menus package as well? How did you install LO? Just unpacking and doing some "dpkg -i /path/to/debs" as root? And have you tested it with a newer build of LO than 188.8.131.52.beta1?
Sorry for the inconvenience
I had the same problem with LibreOffice under Xfce and I could work around it by turning off window manager compositing (meaning no nice window shadows) in the settings.
I haven't been able to test it on a newer version.
Yes, I extracted the big archive, and installed the packages in it using dpkg -i
And yes, debian-menus package is installed.
Sorry, I don't have other Desktop Environments to confirm the issue in them.
This sounds irrelevant.
Are the LibreOffice icons shown in the XFCE menu and they were not shown earlier?
Or do you mean something else, like the file, edit, ... etc. menu in Libre Office itself?
Where do I find the Cinnamon configuration file? (still new to Cinnamon)
Other UI/DE or distro: I haven't tried any.
I might install lxde just to find out though. :)
Hello A. Fakhouri, *,
(In reply to comment #5)
> Where do I find the Cinnamon configuration file? (still new to Cinnamon)
I'm not using Cinnamon, but as far I have seen on cinnamon.linuxmint.org, it is GNOME based ... ;) So I would suppose, either below ~/.config or something like ~/.gnome(2 or 3?) ... ;)
> Other UI/DE or distro: I haven't tried any.
> I might install lxde just to find out though. :)
That would be nice :)
Hi A. Fakhouri,
LO 4.1.0 has been released; do you still encounter the same problem with LO 184.108.40.206?
Best regards. JBF
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