a small update concerning the product artwork that (in parts) got
already integrated into LibreOffice.
It seems that the installer for MS Windows is not locale sensitive -
which is a problem to correctly differentiate between BrOffice and
LibreOffice. Thus, we've exchanged some of the graphics to make them
more neutral. Now, two of the graphics show the TDF logo and text.
I've updated the source graphic files and uploaded them to:
There, I've also added/updated two additional work items you might pick
(which would be great)...
First, there is a need for high contrast versions of all of the
graphics. My uploaded source file already shows a proposal ... so we
need somebody who completes this work ;-) Go for "High Contrast graphics
Second, it seems that the names within the source code repository are
different to those I've found for OOo. Thus, there is a need to align
the names - that is basically "doing", but would save a lot of effort
once we change the graphics again. So if you feel safe with the GIT and
also have some time, please go ahead and have a look at "Cleaning up
artwork names to match files in source code repository".
Thanks a lot in advance! If you have any questions ...
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