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On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 10:01, <> wrote:


The problem is actually in Kubuntu 11.10:
Choose: (from application launcher)
System Settings

Hi all,
@vda could you pray tell from where you are getting the System
settings. I do not see a System Settings in the Libreoffice Launcher.
By Application Launcher if you mean the GNOME Menu then that's a
different thing altogether ? Could you elaborate ? OR is this
something to do with Unity (which I've no clue about)

This is what launcher looks like at my end. Mind you
this is on GNOME 3 fallback desktop with number of things opened (RAM
is full) and hence you are seeing it the way it is. It could also be a
bug but anyways that's not the point ATM.

I cannot/could not spot any System Settings within the
Launcher interface.

Looking forward to knowing more.

Application Appearance (under common appearance and behavior)
Color Set: Common Colors
Tool Tip Text: Adjust to suit yourself
Tool Tip Background: Choose something rational (not the same as tool tip
Hope this helps.

          Shirish Agarwal  शिरीष अग्रवाल
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