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Hi Astron,

A.1 I agree, but the "Chart" had a green frame in the

A.3 I'll be back to the provost embodiment, it is easy to do.

A.4 I think you're wrong. Two files (ODT and DOC, ODG and VSD, ODS and XLS
etc) have the same name. They will be denoted by the same symbol. You can
not define the eyes, "who is who," if Windows Explorer is turned off "Hide
extensions for known file types" (see attachment). LibreOffice uses in its
"Explorer" different *.png ( to ODF\MSO files and do not have
this problem.

B. Windows_NT-6.x Explorer reduces itself on the desktop icon 256*256 to a
size 96*96, if you are using the classic (windows) theme. Icons 256*256
applications LibreOffice blurred (see attachment). This led me to modify
these figures.

D. "Template{all}_16*16" has lost a spiral after:
 - svg-resource 16*16 has been exported to raster (file_16.png);
 - png-files color was reduced to 256 colors (8 bits).

P.S. I am a student of The Inscape. GIMP is my main instrument. Sorry.
     This attachment does not attach, but here it is: 

Regards, ape

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