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Personalisation theme not showing in Notebookbar toolbars in Windows [closed]

asked 2018-05-24 18:22:20 +0100

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updated 2020-08-11 21:56:28 +0100

Alex Kemp gravatar image

Is there anyway for a personalisation theme to show up in all toolbars when using the notebookbar option in Windows? When a personalisation is applied it only shows up in the top menus. Tested on Windows 7 & 10

In addition on my Dell XPS 13 the theme is truncated on the upper left hand side, which I suspect may be to do with having a HDPi display. I have tried various compatibility modes as well overiding the High DPI scaling in various modes. In addition I deselected Use Open GL for all rendering which only seemed to help with some issues with corrupted icons, which disappeared with the additional step of changing the Icon Style from the default Automatic (Tango) to Breeze

Under Mac OS X & Ubuntu all toolbars are themed.

Notebookbar - Windows 10 (Note that the File & Edit menu items are not themed) Notebookbar Windows 10

Default display Windows 10 (again a small segment on the left hand side is not themed) image description

Notebookbar - Ubuntu 18.04 image description

Notebookbar - Mac OS X Apple

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answered 2018-05-24 19:10:36 +0100

kompilainenn gravatar image

Themes for notebookbar may be will be available only after ending of GSoC 2018 for LibreOffice. Now there isn't customizing of notebookbars

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