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2018-06-28 17:03:40 +0100 edited question Set pyuno socket as default launch option

Set pyuno socket as default launch option Hi, I've written a pyuno script that closes the documents appropriately witho

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Set pyuno socket as default launch option Hi, I've written a pyuno script that closes the documents appropriately witho

2018-06-28 16:53:22 +0100 edited answer Close Libreoffice gracefuly from command line

I solved this by writing a simple python uno script which communicates with the libreoffice process and closes all docum

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2018-06-28 16:52:39 +0100 edited answer Close Libreoffice gracefuly from command line

I solved this by writing a simple python uno script which communicates with the libreoffice process and closes all docum

2018-06-28 16:52:23 +0100 answered a question Close Libreoffice gracefuly from command line

I solved this by writing a simple python uno script which communicates with the libreoffice process and closes all docum

2018-06-28 16:50:30 +0100 commented answer Close Libreoffice gracefuly from command line

Thank you very much. However I think that is to complicated for this use case, but maybe I can create an enhancement req

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2018-06-28 03:09:39 +0100 asked a question Close Libreoffice gracefuly from command line

Close Libreoffice gracefuly from command line Hi, I'm running LibreOffice 6 on multiple remote controlled linux (debian