It's been an interesting thread. I read Mirek's blog posts:
I also read the Rennaissance FAQ:
Different users and devices call for different configurations, but
IMHO full-blooded themeability would provide most of the answers.
A lot of stuff is already configurable via Tools/Options or the GUI.
Gnome gives a lot of control, for instance.
However, I'd love to see that taken further in a full-blooded
themes/skins system. Given the variety of devices that run a Linux- or
Windows-based OS (and the variety of form factors), choice and
flexibility are important. But, since LibO is a multi-platform suite,
the right solution is delicate to achieve.
Marik, IMHO your Citrus menu looks pretty good as one initial
approach. I guess I'd need to try it out to say more.
UI is an aspect of LibO that interests me a lot. I'd be pleased to
help out if you need stuff done on Gimp/Photoshop, or in some other
way. Feel free to contact me if you like.
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