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Re: [tdf-discuss] strange tooltip rendering color in kde


Il 12/09/2011 20:22, Algot Runeman ha scritto:
On 09/12/2011 01:10 PM, Valter Mura wrote:
Hi All,

I want to advise a little problem of visualization in LibreOffice with
KDE/Kubuntu.

After the update to KDE 4.7 (from which I'm writing), the tooltips
that appear
in Libreoffice windows are unreadable, due to a strange behaviour or
the colors:
tooltip background dark and characters dark.
They are obviously unreadable.

This issue involves , AFAIK, only LibreOffice, because the other
programs have a
correct rendering (background dark / characters light), with the
predefined
combination of colors.

Does anybody have the same problem?

Now I wonder: if I want to mantain the present combination, how can we
solve
this annoying issue?

Kubuntu 11.04 (Natty)
KDE 4.7
LibreOffice 3.3.3


TIA, ciao
Valter,

FYI, there have also been a few bug reports filed for this issue. [One
example: https://bugs.launchpad.net/kde-baseapps/+bug/820118]

I too, hope it gets resolved. There are many tools I only use once in a
while, and the tooltips are a great reminder of what the tool does. ;-)

--Algot

same rpoblem, opensuse 11.4 kde 4.7

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