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Re: [libreoffice-design] Application Background


On 03/18/2013 12:51 PM, kanterjoe wrote:
I like that you can use Firefox Personas, But I think that it would add a lot
more if it also styled the background of application. I realize that the
person images are 3000px by 200px, which is too short to stretch across the
whole page, but possibly tiling might work. Or perhaps adding the ability to
choose a picture as a background. A sketchy mockup is below:

<http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/file/n4044552/52.png>



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We still need for the Persona font color to be used - bug been files - for those darker backgrounds.

It would be interesting to have the non-page window background modified as well, butFirefox Personafiles do not include that. We would have to either use the header or footer image [tiled] to fill in the areas unless we go away from the Persona fileoption.



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[libreoffice-design] Application Backgroundkanterjoe <kanterjoe@gmail.com>
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