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I was looking at the new features for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus), which I tend to do before the upgrade process. It stated that "LibreOffice defaults to the Breeze theme in Ubuntu".

What I would like to know is what "Breeze" icon set looks like.

I have tried to find a image of the icon set, but so far, I cannot find it without downloading the icon set.

I am currently using LibreOffice on my Ubuntu 15.10/MATE laptop. Breeze is not in the included themes on the laptop.

So since Ubuntu announced that LibreOffice will default to Breeze, I really would like ot look at the icon set now and not after I upgrade the laptop.

So does anyone know where I could look at the used icon set for LibreOffice?

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