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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: The Floppy icon and meritocracy


  Hello!

On Fri, 10 Feb 2012 06:39:16 -0800 (PST)
Pedro <pedlino@gmail.com> wrote:

That is the Galaxy theme from version 3.3.x and 3.4.x (which
curiously is the only theme included in LibreOfficePortable 3.3.x and
3.4.x)

  Oh, so it is called "Galaxy". Thanks for the tip. I thought (for some
unknown reason) you were talking about some other theme. :)

What I can tell you is that the Galaxy theme is NOT one of the four
Themes included and that you can't use a Theme from version 3.3.x or
3.4.x directly. 

Only someone in the Design section can answer if there is a tool to
convert the icon Theme to version 3.5.x...

  But the screenshot I gave a link to is a screenshot of LibreOffice
3.5.0 RC2 (if I'm remember correctly). In any case, it certainly is the
3.5-branch. And this theme was there when I upgraded from 3.4.x to
3.5.0 for the first time. Doesn't it mean that this theme is:
a) working with LO 3.5;
b) is included as a default theme?

  Thank you.
    Vladimir

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