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Kevin i stumbled upon this totally by accident

this is the OOo menu upon start up. it works perfectly with my dark colored theme i have.

could what OOo has be a temporary place holder till we can get something sorted out? This fix doesn't have to make it into 3.3 but i till think this is something that should get fixed before it falls by the way side and gets forgotten.

here is the LO menu with my dark theme.

if there is an easy hack to fixing this just let me know i'm willing to contribute to the project.

On 12/03/2010 02:36 PM, Kevin Vermeer wrote:
On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 6:12 PM, Jonathan Aquilina<>wrote:

hey guys i think i have a solution to the high contrast issue with a dark
desktop theme. how come we aren't using the app selection menu from OOo? it
works just fine in regards to a dark colored background.

attached there are the images. one in white is the LO with a dark theme,
and white app selection menu. if you high light over the text it will appear
if not it vanishes into the menu due to the text being white.

the other image is the OOo app selection which works just fine in regards
to a dark theme.


I didn't get any attachments.  It's possible they were stripped by the list
manager - Can you upload them to an image host and share the links?

Kevin Vermeer

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