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[libreoffice-design] Re: Icons in menus?


Stefan Knorr wrote
> On 19/03/14 04:24, Daniel Hulse wrote:
>> Is there any reason why icons aren't enabled in menus by default? I don't
>> see why they shouldn't be--it doesn't violate the GNOME hig.
>
> + On Gnome they are not -- Gnome changed its stance on icons in menus
> and on buttons with 2.28:
> https://help.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.28/#rnusers.cleanup
>
> + Not sure what happens on KDE.

For the interests of others, under Debian 7 + LXDE this appears to be
controlled via: Preferences > Customise Look and Feel (i.e., LXAppearance) >
Other tab > "Show images in menu" option. From memory, this is on by
default.



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References:
[libreoffice-design] Icons in menus?Daniel Hulse <simplecontrast@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] Icons in menus?Stefan Knorr <heinzlesspam@gmail.com>
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