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Change your Notebookbar as you like.
Introduced recently with the MUFFIN concept, the Notebookbar is a blank canvas where controls can be placed and arranged freely. It offers all freedom to users who are not afraid to fiddle around with an integrated development environment (IDE). Here we explain how to start from scratch. Setting up the environment Notebookbars are ui files, which are just XML-formatted text files. Changing t ...
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Tasty Muffins in LibreOffice
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We have released CODE 2.0 (Collabora Online Development Edition), including the latest and most requested feature from customers: collaborative editing.
https://www.collaboraoffice.com/release-news/collabora-online-development-edition-2-0-released
Cambridge, United Kingdom – November 2, 2016 – Collabora Productivity, the developers behind LibreOffice Online, announced the release of CODE 2.0, including the latest and most requested feature from customers: collaborative editing. Developers and home users are encouraged to update, try this out and get involved with the latest developments – however for enterprise production …
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Another great improvement in the upcoming +LibreOffice 5.0 - thanks +Caolán McNamara for this, and Krisztian, Tomaž, Maxim & Adolfo for the GSoC 2014 work!
 
Swapped in the new color selector to the impress toolbar
The GSOC 2014 Color Selector is in LibreOffice 4.4, but it's not used for the "area fill" dropdown in impress or draw. So I spent a little time today for LibreOffice 5.0 to hack things up so that instead of using the old colo...
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I'm using libreoffice draw into my projects actually and you can make a personal color palette...I like it so much!
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See the ideas how to improve inserting charts in LibreOffice, and share your thoughts!
 
The Libreoffice UX team presents ideas for an updated workflow to insert charts. We show mockups how the dialog may look like and idea how to tweak your graph to perfection.
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What I would like to see is Chart styles. As things are, I believe that charts are the only objects that depend entirely on manual formatting, which can be a pain if you want charts in the same document to match.
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See LibreOffice with the Breeze icon theme - will be complete (or very close to complete) in the next release!  Awesome work, Andreas.
LO love Breeze Do you use LibreOffice and want to have a Monochrome Icon set. You can use in LO 4.5 Breeze. Now there are about 2.500 icons so there are… - Andreas K – Google+
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Cool, i can't wait ^_^
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New Color Palettes in LibreOffice
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How Integrated Extensions could make life easier.
Software in general is made for many users, one size fits none. Personal preferences have to be taken into consideration as well as different workflows with varying goals. The broader the scope the more features needs to be flexible making the product often bulky. And while configuration for a well-structured number of options adds satisfaction to the product it quickly can becomes a nuisance. ...
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Have you ever struggled with " Insert and Playback of Online Media" in LibreOffice?
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What do you think about "Dealing with Missing Fonts"?
When documents are sent from one computer to the next or opened on the same computer in a different operating system, these documents may not look the same unless all the fonts used in the document are available on the other computer or operating system. For this reason, exporting documents as a PDFs is so popular as it renders the document exactly like how it would be printed without any reli ...
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Design new artwork for LibreOffice 5.0, and get a T-shirt: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Design/Whiteboards/5.0_Branding Oh, and of course, tens of millions of people will see your work :-)
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Wish someone would design an icon set based on Google's "Material Design" principle. Have not yet found an icon set that I find pleasing, including sifr, human, galaxy, oxygen,  breeze. Some are just butt-ugly, others strike me as cartoon-ish.
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What UI for shapes you'd like to have in LibreOffice?
 
The Libreoffice UX team presents two proposals on how to access shapes from the sidebar, with the goal to unify the look and feel of Libreoffice tools and to get more space for additional categories of shapes.
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