Tango OpenOffice

OpenOffice Splash Screens

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Tango! icons set for OpenOffice ( http://tango.freedesktop.org ).

Author : Jimmacs
http://jimmac.musichall.cz/

Install : Replace /usr/lib/openoffice/share/config/images_tango.zip with downloaded file.
Last changelog:

13 years ago

Ready for OpenOffice 2.2
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Change any icons (documents type, 3D primites, edit path, ...)
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Change icons (save, save_as, links, ...)
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Initial version : mail@madman2k.net
http://www.madman2k.net/article/70

SFW

12 years ago

OpenOffice now looks so much better with the Tango icons thanks to you.

The "Save" and "Save As" icons are switched around but I fixed them on mine. Thanks for sharing them.

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jaylh

14 years ago

Just out of curiousity, how did you change the color of the openoffice skin? That is, the color shade for the toolbar area, and application perimeter nenerally.

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phroy

14 years ago

OpenOffice uses my gtk theme : Clearlooks-DarkSlate http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/show.php?content=45513

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freakcode

14 years ago

Dump the floppy disk from the save icon pleeeeaaase! :D

That's sooo old school.

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phroy

14 years ago

It's updated.

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trimix

14 years ago

Nice job !

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13 years ago

Ready for OpenOffice 2.2
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Change any icons (documents type, 3D primites, edit path, ...)
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Change icons (save, save_as, links, ...)
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Initial version : mail@madman2k.net
http://www.madman2k.net/article/70

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