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Re: [libreoffice-users] libreoffice math formula editor color


Hi Albert,

Albert Oszkó schrieb am 18-Oct-18 um 19:36:
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 schemes
but to no avail. I also tried to modifx LO setting, but obviously, did
not find the correct one. In LO I also use a dark scheme but now I
cannot change it. I have LO 6.1.2.1 and KDE.

The option "Document background" in section "General" in "Application Colors in Tools>Options>LibreOffice should affect the central part of the formula editor. So I first would look again at the settings there. Is the Color Schema "LibreOffice" or is it something else? Has the setting in "Document background" the value "automatic" or is it a color?

Next part to look at: Tools>Options>LibreOffice>Accessibility. The settings "Options for High Contrast Appearance" might not work well with openSUSE. Have you tried various combinations there?

Do you have activated any accessibility options in your operating system? If yes, turn them off and try whether that gives a normal background of the formula editor.

Or is the "Commands" window dark?

Kind regards
Regina


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