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There was a thread about problems with the desktop environment and LO with the darker desktop themes, I think.


My question is why are you using GNOME 3 shell for 12.04? From my readings of articles about the current GNOME 3 shell, it is still not fully functional, or at least the last article[s] seem to state.

I have no problem with LO using 12.04 and MATE for the desktop substitution instead of GNOME 3 shell. I wanted my desktop to look as much like the GNOME desktop that 10.04 has, so I went with MATE and it works great.

That is why I went with MATE for Ubuntu 12.04 on my laptop that was updated from 10.04 to 12.04 and the added MATE to get it working like I needed.

I run LO 3.5.4 on all my Ubuntu and Windows systems at this point.

On 07/18/2012 03:16 AM, Anthony Easthope wrote:
Hi Guys

Just had a problem with LO after installing the GNOME 3 shell on ubuntu
12.04 lts. it appears that LO window now bleeds from the bottom right
edge when using opening a Calc window. it never occurs any other time:

Some trouble shooting data
* LO 3.5.2
* LO was updated by the repositry
* ATI Raedon Linux version Graphics
* compaq presario cq 20

any available fix?
cheers Anthony

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