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==QT/KDE interface support?==
 
==QT/KDE interface support?==
 
[[OpenOffice.org]] article has [[OpenOffice.org#Set OOo environment variable|a section]] on setting OOo to use a QT/KDE3 and a QT4/KDE4 interface. It also has [[OpenOffice.org#KDE4 look and feel for OpenOffice|this other section about KDE4]]. It has been reported on the OOo article that the KDE3 interface will be re-enabled in LibreOffice 3.3.3. What about QT4/KDE4 support? Can these sections be copied into this article, maybe with an Out of date template at the moment? I don't use KDE, so I cannot test this. -- [[User:Kynikos|Kynikos]] 05:10, 8 April 2011 (EDT)
 
[[OpenOffice.org]] article has [[OpenOffice.org#Set OOo environment variable|a section]] on setting OOo to use a QT/KDE3 and a QT4/KDE4 interface. It also has [[OpenOffice.org#KDE4 look and feel for OpenOffice|this other section about KDE4]]. It has been reported on the OOo article that the KDE3 interface will be re-enabled in LibreOffice 3.3.3. What about QT4/KDE4 support? Can these sections be copied into this article, maybe with an Out of date template at the moment? I don't use KDE, so I cannot test this. -- [[User:Kynikos|Kynikos]] 05:10, 8 April 2011 (EDT)
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LibO has native kde4 support and is selfdetecting the environment very well. So I think there's no need to add this here.

Revision as of 10:53, 8 April 2011

QT/KDE interface support?

OpenOffice.org article has a section on setting OOo to use a QT/KDE3 and a QT4/KDE4 interface. It also has this other section about KDE4. It has been reported on the OOo article that the KDE3 interface will be re-enabled in LibreOffice 3.3.3. What about QT4/KDE4 support? Can these sections be copied into this article, maybe with an Out of date template at the moment? I don't use KDE, so I cannot test this. -- Kynikos 05:10, 8 April 2011 (EDT)

LibO has native kde4 support and is selfdetecting the environment very well. So I think there's no need to add this here.