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Aaaaah, I understood. That's a very strong reason, that's for sure.
It's hard to learn new icons when you are visually-impaired. Do you use
Microsoft Office as well by any chance? Colibre has some similarities with
the icon theme from Microsof office (I believe it follows some of the
Windows design guidelines) so if you are familiar with those icons you will
probably manage to adapt reasonably well.

On Tue, Apr 24, 2018 at 5:48 PM, Alex ARNAUD <> wrote:

Le 24/04/2018 à 18:15, Pedro Rosmaninho a écrit :

Sorry, but why should they expect to keep the theme they know? Sometimes
defaults change, and if people don't want their defaults to change they
keep on LTS versions.
If they're updating from an old version of software to a new one it's
likely that there will be changes, including in UI. If they don't read
release notes why are they even installing a new version of LO even? If
information is provided that there's a new look for Libre Office I find it
very doubtful people will fill bugs because they don't find Tango.
It's a given that the default has changed.

Right but icons are the way to represent features so if you're accustom
with icons, you could expect to continue to use it.
I'm visual-impaired, if someone changes icons on the screen, I'll complain
or try to get the old one.
But :), I'm aware that I'm a little bit conservative because most users I
know doesn't want to spend time to learn again a software or change their

@Heiko: What is the reason to drop Tango? Disk space?

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