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Re: OOo check and radio buttons

Lothar Braun wrote:


On Sun, 2006-07-02 at 20:14 +0400, Vitaliy Ischenko wrote:
Try to change gtk-engine or kde theme
or try to switch between openoffice.org-gnome and openoffice.org-kde
and see what happens =)

That solved the problem. I installed openoffice.org-gnome and now
everything looks fine :)

But isn't this a bug anyways? I would expect OpenOffice to run without
gnome-specific extra packets.
Can someone explain to me why i need them?
Benjamí Villoslada wrote:

Solved! I've installed openoffice.org-kde and now have fine radio and check buttons. Thanks :)
I have not done the upgrade, yet, so I have a question. I do not run either KDE, or Gnome. Is this going to be a problem for me? Do I need to install packages for a DE that I don't even run? Or should I wait until they fix this before upgrading?

Marc Shapiro

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