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DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with Librstrong texteOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded to disable "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve

DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with Librstrong texteOffice LibreOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded to disable "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve

DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with LibreOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded to disable disabling "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve

[Solved] DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with LibreOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded disabling "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve

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[Solved] DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with LibreOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded disabling "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve

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[Solved] DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with LibreOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded disabling "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve

[Solved] DisableCommandsTest.java: "Open" command cannot be disabled with Java

I have executed the DisableCommandsTest.java from the Developer's Guide on the following OO/LO distributions, always windows-based:

  • OpenOffice 2.0.4 (very old, i know)
  • OpenOffice 3.3
  • LibreOffice 3.6.5
  • LibreOffice 4.0.1

Everytime I upgraded my version, I always uninstalled the older release before installing the new one.

DisableCommandsTest shows how to disable four sample commands at runtime: Open, Quit, About and SelectAll.

With OpenOffice versions, the test works perfectly: all the four commands are disabled and are no longer visible from the upper menus.

However, with LibreOffice releases, the "Open" command cannot be disabled. It always remain available: (File->Open, or shortcut Ctrl+O).

Is that command named diferent in LibreOffice releases? Am I making any mistake in my executions?

I really need to launch LibreOffice WITHOUT "Open" command enabled. May anybody have executed that test (from developer's guide as I said) and got succeeded disabling "Open" command with LibreOffice?

Any help would be really appreciated!

Joan Esteve