Issue 108424 - Can't define a system default template.
Summary: Can't define a system default template.
Alias: None
Product: General
Classification: Code
Component: ui (show other issues)
Version: OOo 3.2 RC2
Hardware: All All
: P2 Trivial (vote)
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: AOO issues mailing list
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Keywords: needhelp
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Reported: 2010-01-18 15:05 UTC by jspiel
Modified: 2014-03-03 13:55 UTC (History)
3 users (show)

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Issue Type: FEATURE
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Description jspiel 2010-01-18 15:05:23 UTC
It looks like there is no way to define a system default template.

The GUI allows to select a default template for a user or to come back to the "openoffice default 
But there is no way to define this default openoffice template for the application.

Then, if I install a enterprise-defined template to use as default for every users, I need to tell every 
user to define my new model as theur own model. New users will also need to define it manually.

I try to define it "by-hand" in the system .xcu files, but either I didn't find the good option, either it 
doesn't work.
Comment 1 Olaf Felka 2010-01-18 15:19:42 UTC
Looks like issue 108012
Comment 2 jspiel 2010-01-19 09:50:35 UTC
No, it's not issue 108012. The 108012 issue was a bug concerning the user default template.
My issue (108424) is for setting the default "system/application" template.
I just see that the issue version was not correct : I saw the problem in the 3.1.1 and verified it in 3.2RC1 
and 3.2RC2...

Comment 3 everton.job.lima 2013-11-15 00:45:26 UTC
Model Name:	MacBook Pro
Model Identifier:	MacBookPro10,1
Processor Name:	Intel Core i7
Processor Speed:	2.7 GHz
MAC OS 10.9 Mavericks
OpenOffice 4.0.1

I was able to replicate the issue in my  machine as well, however I believe this issue is most likely due to poor naming of the 'define default template'. Maybe it was never intended to set it for multiple users?