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On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 02:32 -0700, jadarite wrote:
I am using the KDE look added on to Ubuntu.  I like the dark theme, and
almost all programs work and look great.  However, word processing programs
also keep the dark look which I would like to change.  Is it possible, or
could it be possible for Libre to make sure that the background color for
documents is white and not dark?

I understand I can change the system background color settings, and I
already have tinkered with it.  Other programs seem to be able to assign
white backgrounds though even though my settings are set to dark.  It would
be nice if Libre found a way to do this also.  I prefer to type longer
things than just text messages with a white background like I am doing now
in this message window.

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