Re: [tdf-discuss] strange tooltip rendering color in kde
In data lunedì 12 settembre 2011 21:30:54, MiguelAngel ha scritto:
Have you tried with Menu/Tools/Options/LibreOffice/View - Graphics
Yes, and there are no options for that.
Maybe a new option in "Tools/Options/Layout" for the choice of this kind of
color should be useful.
If anybody hasn't done it yet, I'll open a bug in LibreOffice, because it seems
a bug of its own.
El 12/09/11 19:10, Valter Mura escribi:Hi All,
I want to advise a little problem of visualization in LibreOffice with
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?
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