Hi Marc, all,
thank you very much for posting this topic here.
I haven't been aware, but this seems to be something we should
definitively be involved.
Marc Paré schrieb:
I was wondering if anyone on the design team could help out?
The documentation team has adopted the following "theme" (XP-Silver
theme) for their use of screenshots. I was wondering if anyone could
help in trying to make this theme more "user friendly" in the
In my understanding a common "look&feel" for all LibO screenshots in all
the areas they are used (documentation, website, marketing material and
press sources ...) is important for our visual identity.
The necessity for installing a different theme to create screenshots is
a hurdle I'd like to avoid if possible.
I don't know if the XP-Silver theme has so much advantages over existing
themes (perhaps even standard themes) on KDE and Gnome desktops, that it
is worthwhile to install a different theme.
Unfortunately a standard Windows theme will not be able to be used
because of the unsolved legal problems with Windows EULA  - and I
don't want to allow Microsoft to sue us some day when we caused them to
lose more market share and they search for possibilities to harm us.
As I think this topic should include different teams in the LibreOffice
community, I'll start a new thread and invite the teams to join our
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