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Hi NoOp

NoOp wrote

What distrurbs me is that the new LO "Tango" icons do not follow the
standard base Tango theme. As I pointed out in the other thread:

Probably because someone hardcoded somewhere a list of the themes allowed.
Try renaming any of the zip files and it will no longer show up on the
Themes list.

That is why the theme I modified is named tango instead of

NoOp wrote

Other applications, and the desktop (GNOME), that I use adhere to the
base Tango theme. I fail to understand why LO insists on bastardizing
the theme and still calling it "Tango". Even the LO icon name fails to
follow the naming convention of 'document-save', and
instead LO have kept the name used in Ooo: lc_save.png.

I thought the idea was to be consistent with the Linux icons. I can see now
that it was not.  Which even disappoints me more about the process... 

NoOp wrote

If you want the floppy, use the default Galaxy theme:
Tools|Options|LibreOffice|View|Icon size and style: Glalaxy (default).

I already have the floppy :) and I don't particularly like the Galaxy theme.
Thank you anyway for the suggestion!


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