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Le 2012-09-16 06:03, Magnus Larsson a écrit :

Thanks for your reply. Actually, I am more than a bit surprised by this
- using clipart in presentations is very common, to my experience, and
an important tool to make them more lively - so this problem */should/*
be severe for many people using Impress......or how are you people using
Impress do?

I tried removing the package, as as you said, the themes are back. But
there are not many clipart images shipped with Impress, so it is still
quite useless. Do you mean to then add clipart manually to new themes?
By finding them individually on the internet, or by downloading the
openclipart package (not the ubuntu package) and them adding them manually?



Hi Magnus,

You could browse the LibreOffice Extensions site where you will find various clipart packages to install. The extensions section does have the same clipart collection available but in theme form in French (I just tested this collection and it is indeed in French themes). You could install it and rename the themes one by one by right clicking the theme name and choosing "Rename".

Alternatively, you could ask the packager for the openclipart package if the clipart could be indexed on themes and point her/him to the FR collection on the extensions site.



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