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Re: [libreoffice-design] Changing the sidebar colour

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Hi Aloisio,

I think the line you'd probably want to change is this one, if you
really need the colour to go away (no guarantees, haven't tried):


On 31/05/14 20:41, Italo Vignoli wrote:
> As I have explained in another email (in italian), the welcome screen
> is part of the corporate identity and cannot be changed.

True, but the splash screen is different on about every single Linux
distribution I know [1]. It is also very easy to change.

I think the better answer for why the Start Center is the way it is, is
that this was much easier to code. At the same time, this does not seem
like a bug to me. Rationalising this the way Italo did here is fine with
me. :)


[1] It is an alot of fun seeing downstream distributors do their thing,
btw. I will not say that the TDF branding is ideal, but the downstream
branding somehow ends up being worse pretty much every time.
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[libreoffice-design] Changing the sidebar colouraloisio@gmx.com
Re: [libreoffice-design] Changing the sidebar colourStefan Knorr <heinzlesspam@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] Changing the sidebar colourItalo Vignoli <italo@documentfoundation.org>
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