On Tue, 2011-06-28 at 11:17 +0200, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Well that is precisely my point. If there is no common theme available
to all then the whole discussion is rather moot, don't you think ? ...
So there does not appear to be any easy way to satisfy the Mac side of
the equation that we are looking to resolve.
One reason I advocated using a silver or gray theme was that it didn't
look as greatly different to a Mac user as a brightly coloured Linux
theme... and screen captures from a Mac using the Graphite theme would
fit in okay with silver/gray screenshots from Linux. Not exactly the
same, but compatible.
Personally I would love to do a Mac version of the user guides, not just
with Mac screenshots but changing the keystrokes mentioned in the text,
and whatever other small things differ. Such a book could also then be
adapted for NeoOffice. But, alas, I could not possibly find the time to
do this, although it would be possible if several other Mac enthusiasts
joined the effort.
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