My original response was just to show where the Personas were actually kept
on the LibreOffice system. These notes may be of interest for those who wish
to dabble further.
Adding Personas to LibreOffice does seem slightly convoluted, especially
compared with Firefox and Thunderbird. Don't forget that F and T are
designed to be online and provide an online repository for the images.
Originally you needed to download each image to update the Personas, only
one image was stored on your system using a common name. This was obviously
not ideal for private Personas either for private personal or business use.
The F/T PERSONAS PLUS Add-On provides a facility to manage Personas,
together with their Text Colours directly on your machine. This function is
called CUSTOM PERSONA. I actually use this function to test Personas using
Firefox and only add them to LibreOffice when they are ready to go.
One of this year's LibreOffice Google Summer of Code projects is to “Improve
Usability of Personas” which Rachit Gupta is carrying out. I, for one look
forward to what he produces. Personas Plus is an obvious starting point.
Oh, another wrinkle. It is only when you add the first Personas using
LibreOffice that the Personas folder “/Gallery/Personas” and the entry in
the registrymodifications.xcu file are created.
Changing the text colour may seem like an unnecessary luxury. However, the
default of black does not show up well on a dark image. Hope this helps..
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