Introduction and toolkit abstraction

Waldo Bastian bastian at
Tue Sep 14 22:18:54 EEST 2004

On Tuesday 14 September 2004 20:36, Sean Middleditch wrote:
> > > >Of course, OpenOffice will remain OpenOffice, but if the printing
> > > > dialog is the KDE one, it is a lot better.
> >
> > Yes, OOo is one of the most important single apps.
> There are already modification to OOo to get it to use GNOME dialogs.
> Getting it to use KDE dialogs really shouldn't be any harder.

Jan Holesovsky has been working very hard on that. See e.g.

The print dialog seems to be a bit of problem though, because the print output 
generated by OOo depends on the printer settings selected in the print 
dialog, so that requires a bit more interaction than currently provided by 
e.g. kprinter.

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