Re: [libreoffice-design] Re[2]: [libreoffice-design] Minutes from the design meeting 2018-Sep-05

infinitytec infinitytec at
Tue Sep 11 17:44:39 UTC 2018

I'd have to agree with the idea of removing Personas. Why? Because they keep breaking. A couple of prebuilt solid themes would do the trick. Allow people to make and tweak themes as well, and even add images. It could, perhaps, still be compatible with the Persona system, but rely only on LO to function, as I know some issues have been caused on Mozilla's end.

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-------- Original message --------From: Jean-Francois Nifenecker <jean-francois.nifenecker at> Date: 9/11/18  12:22 PM  (GMT-06:00) To: "Роман К." <79045_79045 at>, Pedro Rosmaninho <mota.prego at> Cc: sbergman at, design at, libreoffice-dev <libreoffice at>, "kainz.a" <kainz.a at> Subject: Re: [libreoffice-design] Re[2]: [libreoffice-design] Minutes from the
  design meeting 2018-Sep-05 
Le 06/09/2018 à 12:32, Роман К. a écrit :
> Hello, all. I agree with "killing" Firefox personas. And I like adding just 4-5 solid color themes.
I've (manually) added the LibreOffice 4 Light Ambiance persona from 
Firefox on my trainer PC 

Adding them is a chore: you've got to use the advanced mode because, as 
already stated, the UI is not working anymore for a loooong time.

After having doubts about personas (in fact I was very reluctant to 
using them), I can tell that it draws attention during training sessions ;-)

So, I'd strongly vote to keep (and fix) the personas thingy and against 
having only solid themes.
Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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