[tdf-discuss] Re: creation of a Persona Gallery Page on LO page system
Le 2013-02-21 10:11, webmaster-Kracked_P_P a écrit :
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?
It doesn't look like we can re-link back to previous personas. I tried
using all the different URL settings but no go. I'll add a bug for this.
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.
In this case, you are working with the Tools->Gallery files. Themes
means the name of the file folders that hold the same types of images.
For example a Theme could be cars, or, people, or, vivulas or ... well
you get the point. LibreOffice calls these types of file folders "Themes".
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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: creation of a Persona Gallery Page on LO page system · webmaster-Kracked_P_P
[tdf-discuss] Re: creation of a Persona Gallery Page on LO page system · Marc Paré
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