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Re: [tdf-discuss] desktop integration


Hi Bernhard, *,

On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 2:57 AM, Bernhard Dippold
<bernhard@familie-dippold.at> wrote:
Valentin schrieb:

I tested today the latest LibreOffice builds (beta 5 of 3.4) and  I saw
the
better desktop integration in the Ubuntu-Desktop (10.10). Good work!
But ... since years there is one thing, that I absolutely don't like. It's
this gradient on the "drop down"-Button:
http://www.pic-upload.de/view-9943211/gradient.png.html

It's possible to make look the button a bit more nicer? Keep up the good
work, thank you for all!

Can you provide a button with a better gradient?

This is not a fixed-color button.

If so, we could ask the developers to have a look at the code and find the
relevant string to replace the image (if it is an image - if it's just a
gradient, we might not be able to modify it easily more than just in the
colors of the end points).

Not even the colors are hardcoded, but depend on the theme

So this problem is a classical "worksforme" or "notourbug" kind of thing.

ciao
Christian

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