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       Please could someone explain what these gallery themes are;
          are they perhaps additional images for LO's PP and/or for LO's
Writer -
         if so, where are they located and how does one access?

From: Dave Koelmeyer <>
Date: Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 2:39 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Creating new global Gallery themes
To: Cor Nouws <>,

On 04/01/16 12:04, Cor Nouws wrote:

Hi Dave,

Prompted by your mail to the dev-list that I coincidently see:

Dave Koelmeyer wrote on 17-08-15 09:34:

What is the correct process to follow to create additional Galleries
such that they are also similarly globally available?
I think when you download a gallery extension for LibreOffice (or
OpenOffice) and look how that is set up, and combine it with this

I see for each global Gallery in LibreOffice an assocated folder
containing image files, and associated .sdg, .sdv, .str, and .thm files
are visible in C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 4\share\gallery.
should do the trick for a large part?
Extensions can be installed global (admin rights) or added to the
installation (unzipped in ../libreoffice/share/extensions/)

Hi Cor,

Thanks for your helpful reply – I'll give that a shot first of all and
see :)


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