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I like very much the idea... Maybe we could do something more "artistic" but still neutral for the background... trying to avoid the "Glass look" of MS Office, of course. I think we should be absolutely creative on changing the application background! :-D It could be a good "visual" differential to LibreOffice and have a strong appeal to upcoming users.

Lets stay thinking about it... :-D

On 05-03-2011 14:59, Andrew wrote:
On 05/03/11 11:44, Sébastien Le Ray wrote:
Le Fri, 4 Mar 2011 21:36:19 +0000,
Daniel Merker<>  a écrit :


Just a thought. Wouldn't it make more sense to have the background be
the primary color of that application. For example, the Writer would
have a blue tinted background with a shadow (I like the shadow on all
sides), and Impress would have an organge tinted background with the
same shadow around the slide. This should help tie in the color theme
and help build on a general motif.

-Daniel Merker


The background color of the application can already be customized
through preferences...



I like the suggestion of changing the background colour with application
(i.e. blue for writer) and having that with the 'four border' shadow.

Like this -

Paulo José O. Amaro
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Federal University of São João del-Rei
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