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There's even another chance about background color. After inserting formula in writer, right-click 
on it and select Properties > Area > Color

----- Mensaje original -----
De: "Luis Iglesias" <>
Para: "Oszkó Albert" <>
CC: "users" <>
Enviados: Viernes, 19 de Octubre 2018 19:51:52
Asunto: Re: [libreoffice-users] libreoffice math formula editor color

The background color is not a matter of the formula itself. You need to change
the paragraph background color or the page background color where that formula
is inserted.
So, I'd suggest you to go to Format > Paragraph > Area > Color or Format > Page
Area > Color

----- Mensaje original -----
De: "Oszkó Albert" <>
Para: "users" <>
Enviados: Viernes, 19 de Octubre 2018 13:09:27
Asunto: Re: [libreoffice-users] libreoffice math formula editor color

2018. 10. 18. 22:08 keltezéssel, jorge Rodríguez Fonseca írta:
Hi Albert and all:

    As In understood you need to change the color of the letter,
variables and similar that you input in a formula that you make with
with Math. For this you need to select Attribute option from list below

I hope this help



El jue, 18-10-2018 a las 19:36 +0200, Albert Oszkó escribió:
Hi all,

I would like to write some mathematical equations in Writer with LO
Math. Unfortunately the formula editor background is dark grey with
black letters. How could I change the background color. I use LO in
openSUSE, tried to change desktop color schemes, window color
but to no  avail. I also tried to modifx LO setting, but obviously,
not find the correct one. In LO I also use a dark scheme but now I
cannot change it. I have LO and KDE .



Thanks, but this is not what I thought of. I thoght of the background of
the window that opens when you want to insert an equation into writer.
That is the window where you can edit your equation.

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