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Postby andrewrogers » Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:56 pm

I completed and sent an automated error message about a lost file 'tax info 2013-2014' today but do not know if it was actually sent or received as I got no instant acknowledgement or subsequent email. Can you please confirm whether you received the error message or do I have to resend it please. Andrew Rogers.
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Re: sent error message

Postby jrkrideau » Sat Jun 14, 2014 3:02 pm

This is a forum for AOO/LO users. I am afraid that we would know nothing about luslhc messages. However, it is my impression that you probably will not receive an acknowlement.

If you have a problem you can post the problem in the forum and someone may be able to help but AFAIK no one here is a developer, just users, including some very knowledgeable ones.
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Re: Sent error message

Postby andrewrogers » Tue Jun 17, 2014 3:02 pm

Many Thanks jrkrideau for your response - what is meant by 'luslhc' please?
The error I thought I reported to OpenOffice 3 resulted during the use of ccleaner.exe when I noticed that there were some temporary files (e.d.histories.xcu) which are of OpenOffice origin so I did not clean these away because I was trying to locate a lost file (T*.odt) that got lost when I powered up my PC and opened the document immediately but some problem with the PC occurred (screen froze) and I had to shut it down with the front button (5 sec delay in XP). I though the document would be OK because the Save AutoRecovery information every 15 minutes was on by default and I was hoping the file was OK.
Now the question I pose your colleagues is how might I recover the T*.odt file from the information in the OpenOffice 3 system files (note that the Save backup option was not set by default - disappointing to find this out after losing a file!)
Can anyone give some guidance on this problem pllease?
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