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       and your point is ... ???
             if you're stating one has plagiarized the other, I think you'd
have a mighty hard case to prove.

       Anyone drawing/sketching a cloud would come up with a similar
picture ... are all of us guilty of plagiarism ???
             to sketch a cloud one merely loosely outlines the softness of
what's seen/unseen.

From: theUser BL <>
Date: Thu, Sep 5, 2013 at 7:15 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Who copies from who the cloud legend?
To: "" <>

Have a look at the cloud legend LibreOffice Draw:

Looks nice, the vector-graphic.

Now have a look at the cloud legend in mspaint of the Windows 8 preview

I think, it looks very similar.

Are other clouds possible?
I searched the web:

So, have LibreOffice copied the MS-cloud image or MS copied the LibreOffice
cloud image? Or is the cloud free for everyone to use it?
How looks the cloud in Photoshop?


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