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The issue here is outdated java runtime, this plug in requires JRE8. To install JRE8 run this commands in terminal sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre You may also need this package sudo apt-get install libreoffice-java-common Source and other troubleshooting tips.
You can get back the Ubuntu desktop with sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop From thereon it should be easy to re-install all the other lost packages. If you're looking for a list of all the (accidentally) uninstalled packages, you can find them in /var/log/apt/history.log.
Under Tools -> Options -> Language Settings -> Complex Text Layout, there is a drop-down box to select the type of numeral. There is even an option called "Hindi." However, this is not Devanagari. Instead, Wikipedia calls these numbers Eastern Arabic numerals. It seems strange that the list is limited to two types of numerals. I suggest filing ...
Changing default application in GUI Right-click your .docx file. Click in Properties. Select Open With tab. Select application from lists Related Applications or Other Application. Click in Set as default. Close Properties window. If you want to rollback your change: Follow steps 1 to 3. Click in Reset. Close Properties window.
Pulled from here, use your editor of choice (and sudo/gksudo, thanks Weboide) to modify /usr/share/applications/defaults.list to have the following line: application/docx=wps-office-wps.desktop For all the other file types relating to Office programs (e.g. xls, doc), you can set a different editor e.g. application/xlsx=libreoffice-writer.desktop
So far how I could solve it was by downgrading libreoffice to a previous version. For that I followed this answer: How to "properly" downgrade LibreOffice versions suggested by Cipricus. I installed version 5.1.1 and it seems to work better.
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