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Re: Open Office 2.0 - GNOME integration



Nicu Buculei wrote:

> Caolan McNamara wrote:
>>On Thu, 2005-11-03 at 12:52 +0100, Igor Jagec wrote:
>>>Is there any chance to see the GNOME version of Open Office 2.0? SUSE
>>>10.0 and Ubuntu 5.10 have it, but not FC4 and Rawhide which uses some
>>>generic icon theme, or something. It looks much better...
>>What you mean is "the Novell version of the icons", rather than the
>>"GNOME version" as the gnome integration features and components are the
>>same in FC4, upstream and Novell/Ubuntu. There's no functional different
>>in that arena.
>>If you volunteer to verify that all the icons are correct, and there no
>>left arrows for used for "right" etc. then perhaps :-)
> As OOo changed the way it use icons, is really easy to change the icon 
> set, just replace the /usr/lib/openoffice.org/share/config/images.zip 
> file and you are done.

I'll try that, thanks.

> So is just a matter of "lifting" images.zip from a SUSE or Ubuntu 
> install and start testing.

I have FC4 Rawhide on my test partition so I can try to play with it,
thanks :)

> PS: I'm still thinking the Bluecurve OOo icon set from FC2-FC3 was the 
> most beautiful OOo icon set ever (despite the fact it was incomplete, 
> partly Bluecurve and partly Industrial)

That's what I was thinking about, Bluecurve icon set :) I'd like to see
my favorte Bluecurve set. Hope it would be designed, or something :)

Cheers!

-- 
Igor Jagec


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