On Fri, 04 Mar 2011 04:03:57 +0530, L V Gandhi wrote:
>> Can you upload a snaphot (image) of your OpenOffice screen so we can
>> see the effect? You can upload the picture to www.picpaste.com and send
>> the link here.
>> Ttwo more questions:
>> 1/ Does the same happen with the rest of the applications or just with
>> 2/ Try to rename the OpenOffice folder of your user's profile to start
>> with an empty layout. OOo's profile should be under
>> "~/.openoffice.org2" or something similar, so you can just rename it to
>> "~/.openoffice.org2_original" and after that, lauch OOo. It will create
>> a new folder.
> It happens only in oo.Okay.
I did not say "deleting" but "renaming" (if you delete the folder, you
> I have done as you said deleting the .openoffice org folder.
lose all your OOo customizations, layourts, templates...).
> After that also same problem.
> Picture url is as below.
Ugh... I see. I would try these steps:
1/ Open any OOo application and go to "Tools > Options > OOo.org > View"
and check/uncheck "[·] using system font" setting.
2/ Test with another system UI font (in GNOME this can be changed from
"System > Preferences > Appearance > Fonts").
3/ Just in case, create a new system user, open a session with it and see
if the same happens from here.
If none of these make any difference you can start thinking in opening a
bug report. Are you using OpenOffice or LibreOffice? :-?
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