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Hi :)
Congrats on solving all those side issues along with the main problem!  Nicely done! :)

Good work from Mirosław (as usual) and others.  it's a great list to learn from.  Thanks all :)
Regards from
Tom :)  

--- On Tue, 17/7/12, J.A. de Vries <> wrote:

From: J.A. de Vries <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Compose key is being ignored
Date: Tuesday, 17 July, 2012, 13:27

On 2012-07-16 19:45, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:

Could you post example screenshot (please note that this mailing list does not 
allow attachments, so you must use some web page or FTP)?
Also, what Qt/KDE theme do you use? What color scheme?
As far as I know, LO really doesn't like dark color schemes.

Do you have similar issues on LO from repository (BTW, the are co-installable, 
at least on Debian)?

Well, for now I have solved the problem by reducing the font size. At
first I tried changing the widget set in the GTK+ Appearance plugin for
the KDE settings manager, but that didn't have any effect. Which was to
be expected if I had thought better about it, because LO uses its own
widgets. Now, with the reduced font size at least I have the compose key
and use usable interface. Its doesn't look pretty (it has a very coarse
GTK look about it), but it does work.

Thanks for helping me solve this thing.

Grx HdV

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