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Hi :)
Apparently the Ubuntu people had trouble with some theming and their
wallpaper design and it wasn't until the last minute that they pulled the
plug and went with a different wallpaper.  They hope to fix this by 18.04.1
which is apparently being moved forwards as a result.

Oddly i upgraded this time and i've not got those problems.  It's only
about the 2nd time i've ever gone with upgrading a desktop OS rather than
doing a fresh install.  Usually i set-up a 'new' partition and add the new
OS to my multi-boot.  "System rot" and cruft are inevitable, especially
when i have a phase of installing and configuring new things so it's
usually good to have a fresh start with a clean system.  Also i usually
like to be able to go back to the system i'm familiar with to get things
done if i'm in a rush.

So, it's ok on an upgrade and i'm not sure about the rumour about 18.04
wallpapers and themes or if it would have an effect on LO.
Regards from
a Tom :)

On 25 May 2018 at 21:55, Tim-L <> wrote:

Just wanted you to know. . . .

On a clean install of Ubuntu 18.04, it installed LO 6.0.3, and all of the
toolbars did not show any icons properly.

I found out that the icon set was installed as Breeze Dark. So, changing
it to Tango made it work.  Even after purging LO from that system, and then
installing the latest 6.0.4, still had that problem.  Was "Breeze Dark" the
default icon set of LO 6.0.x? or was something else in the mix to cause the

My head scratching issue was why was this set to Breeze Dark and that it
was corrupted.

ALSO, there was problems with the font install issues that happened to 3
clean install of Ubuntu 18.04. So, there are a lot of issues to deal with.

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