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!