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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: creation of a Persona Gallery Page on LO page system

On 02/20/2013 11:42 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2013-02-19 15:20, webmaster-Kracked_P_P a écrit :

Howmany users do you want "messing about" with the "program" folders and
not just the user profile ones? I does not matter to me who it is, that
is not something we should have our users do.

It would be better to have the themes and persona files placed inthe
user profile folder [ .config/libreOffice/4/ ] instead of the " /opt/. .
. " program folders needing root/admin passwords.

So, "do the command: dolphin. . .", you can through the terminal make
the file manager work as the "rootuser"? Did not know that.

I wasn't expecting our users doing this, just thought you were not aware ...

As for placing the personas into the .config, totally agree.


The "persona" designs that that you link to are stored in the "/gallery/persona/" folder. How do you access them, or switch back to them, without needing to go back to the Firefox site and re-link to them?

I see not options there for that. Also, you do have a gallery option to create a new "Theme", but you are not able to go to the hidden /gallery/ folder for persona files on your system already.

Actually, I do not know what LO means by "New Theme" in the Gallery option. Is it just a new set of images or is it something else.

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