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Libre Office - Splash

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GNOME Splash Screen

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Libre Office - Splash
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Downloads:  4935
Submitted:  Nov 7 2010
Updated:  Sep 17 2011

Description:

my splash for libreoffice.
can be used in openoffice.
http://gnome-look.org/CONTENT/content-pre1/134629-1.png


version 1.0 here : http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Libre+Office+Splash?content=143150




Changelog:

"intro.bmp" and "about.bmp" converted to 24-bit RGB BMP.

v0.2
redone : intro.png and about.png

v0.3
novos icones no splash.
partes refeitas.




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 Maybe 24-bit RGB BMP is better

 
 by cwchien on: Nov 8 2010
 
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Hi, Thanks for your beautiful work!
I like it very much! :D

But after I replaced the original openintro_ubuntu_oracle.bmp with this one,
I got a progress bar with black background while starting openoffice.
(Ubuntu 10.10 + XFCE, not sure for other distros.)

I googled the web and someone said the image format should be 24-bit RGB BMP,
so I convert it with GIMP and everything goes well now.
(the download image is 32-bit RGB BMP)


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 :)

 
 by mdh3ll on: Nov 8 2010
 
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really! the image was saved as 32-bit RGB BMP.
soon make available for 24-bit RGB BMP.

Thank you for the information.


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 LibreOffice and your splash

 
 by Karmicbastler on: Nov 8 2010
 
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Hi Dear,
nice splash-theme for the new Alternative
of OpenOffice. Looks really like the one of OpenOffice. I have this new Office-Suit installed besides the existing Open-
Office-Suit by Oracle. If this Application OpenOffice should one day really become commercial, then I would be ready to switch. But for the moment, I keep both Office-Suits besides each other. And also the look and feel is no real difference. OK, to install it, it is a bit work to install all these .deb-Packages inside this .tar.gz-archive, which can be downloaded from the LibreOffice-Foundation. And there are also 64bit-Packages. I took it, and it runs fine on my machine.

What is missing to me, are some nice Icons for LibreOffice. Because these are still missing in this new Application. I would love some nice Icons for the Faenza-Icon-theme as well as for the Elementary-Icon-theme.

Perhaps someone has some nice Ideas??

Greetings
Karmicbastler


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 Re: LibreOffice and your splash

 
 by algalord on: Jan 19 2011
 
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Libreoffice is the same that openoffice but with different name, the code is the same, developers are the same, but the future have only one name: libreoffice


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 Nice Job!

 
 by ErisianOS on: Jan 18 2011
 
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These are great! How exactly would I go about replacing the existing images with these?


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 Nicely done!

 
 by RedAcid on: Jan 23 2011
 
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This is very nice, man. Great work! =D And using the Faenza icons makes a awesome integration with the desktop if someone (like me) is using them. =D

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Some things I would like to recommend you - hope you don't take it bad:

1) I know you liberated the source files, but once this is aimed to LibreOffice, IMHO you should liberate the finals as png files, since LibreOffice is using the intro and the about files in that format (at least, in version RC4, which is the one I'm using).

2) The files are intended to put on /usr/lib/libreoffice/program (backup first). It would be nice if it was on the description, so everyone knows where to paste them.

3) Edit (but first, backup) the /etc/libreoffice/sofficerc file and adjust to something like this:

Quote:
[Bootstrap]
HideEula=1
Logo=1
ProgressBarColor=152,155,149
ProgressFrameColor=152,155,149
ProgressPosition=20,230
ProgressSize=395,10


It will make a really nice and smooth boot.

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 Nice

 
 by deny26 on: Mar 18 2011
 
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Nice artwork brother...


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