At 05:24 15/05/2015 +0100, Brian Barker wrote:
At 11:19 15/05/2015 +0800, Min Hsien wrote:
I found I can not change font color in LO 4..3 under Linux.
The procedure is:
(1) Open Writer or Calc.
(2) Type some words in Writer or Calc.
(3) Select the words and change the color of words.
(4) Writer still not change it.
Do you perhaps inadvertently have a tick in the option at Tools |
Options... | LibreOffice | Accessibility | Options for high-contrast
appearance | Use automatic font colour for screen display? If so,
the text will remain in a high-contrast colour - black if the
background is light - in the normal editing display, but will
nevertheless be marked as the chosen colour and will still print or
export as PDF correctly.
Just for information, the original enquirer confirmed privately that
changing this option did solve his problem.
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