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On 11/01/2013 02:01 PM, Leonardo M. Ramé wrote:
attached screenshot, most menus aren't showing, as well as cell names.

The list strips screenshots.

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 - XFCE 4.10 - LibreOffice

Is that Ubuntu with just XFCE installed, Ubuntu with Ubuntu Studio
installed, or Ubuntu with Xubuntu desktop installed?

If it is Ubuntu with just XFCE installed, then digging into system
configuration files, from the command line is required. FWIW, I've
forgotten just which files need changing.

If it is Ubuntu with Xubuntu Desktop installed, or Ubuntu with Ubuntu
Studio installed, then:
* If you changed the default fonts, change them back to the default.
This can be done from within the settings manager;
* If you switched to a theme that adjusts the default fonts, then change
the default fonts.   This can be done from within settings manager;

If you didn't do either of those, and changing the default font using
system settings, then you'll need to dig into configuration files. I've
forgotten which files need to be changed, and what in them needs
changing.  :(    The days are long gone with VI and grep were the only
tools one needed, to find "bad" configuration settings.


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