On 10/10/15 15:02, Mike Scott wrote:
On 10/10/15 14:30, Graham Luffrum wrote:
Under my version of LO 22.214.171.124 (under Linux Mint 17.2 32 bit) I still
the choice between LO's dialogues and the system dialogues.
Curious. I've got "Version: 126.96.36.199
Build ID: 00m0(Build:2)
Locale: en-GB (en_GB.UTF-8)"
running on Qiana 64 bit.
I used to have system-style dialogues set; since upgrading from (iirc)
5.0.1.x it's switched itself to LO dialogues.
Anyone any idea how to switch back please?
OK. I see what's happened. Seems the upgrade didn't for whatever reason
provide a compatible version of libreoffice-gnome. Installing that
fixers the issue. And (for the sharp-eyed) there are two options tabs
titled "General". I did look at both (honest!), although I specifically
referred to the wrong one on my posting.
I wonder if a warning in the help file might be in order that the extra
package is needed.
(I see that LO-presenter-console, LO-avmedia-backend-gst and a handful
of other LO extras are also not upgraded. Time to do some fixing.......)
Harlow, Essex, England
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