Hi, i had the same problem. As you can see in another comment : "C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\LibreOffice\4\user\uno_packages\cache\uno_packages\lu106683zpjl7.tmp_\TexMaths-0.48.2.oxt does not exist."so download TexMaths-48.2 (for instance). Then go to "C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\LibreOffice\4\user\uno_packages\cache\uno_packages (you can use ctrl + h to see hidden files). Then you create the folder lu106683zpjl7.tmp_ and you put inside your file .oxt.then you can go to openoffice and re install texMaths from there, it should appears at this moment (for me it worked) i hope it will work for you
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When downloading the Excel version of the Erlang-C calculator, it will not allow a time period greater than 545 minutes. I am trying to calculate # of agents required for a call center open from 8a-7p,(660 minutes) and the calculator keeps resulting with zero agents. It would also be nice if the download would allow you to enter AHT by interval instead of by day. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. 2b1af7f3a8