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    Default LibreOffice missing KDE save dialog

    I'm running an up-to-date version of Tumbleweed with KDE plasma version 5.16.2 with LibreOffice 6.2.4.2. For some reason LibreOffice no longer has the KDE save dialogs--it uses its own awkward and ugly file chooser instead. Libreoffice-QT5 is installed. Is anyone else having this problem? Opensuse's KDE integration was one of the main reasons I switched from debian to opensuse.

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    Default Re: LibreOffice missing KDE save dialog

    I managed to fix the problem--I removed a package called libreoffice-gtk2. Once it was gone the kde save dialogs appeared again.

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    @gannicus:

    Hmmm – also here with KDE and LibreOffice but Leap 15.1; and, with the following KDE and GNOME packages installed despite, not having the GNOME GUI installed:
    • libreoffice-qt5
    • libreoffice-gnome
    • libreoffice-gtk3 – libreoffice-gtk2 is not installed …

    Further with some package queries:
    Code:
     > rpm --query --whatrequires libreoffice-qt5 libreoffice-gnome libreoffice-gtk3 libreoffice-gtk2
    no package requires libreoffice-qt5
    libreoffice-gtk3-6.1.3.2-lp151.2.29.x86_64
    no package requires libreoffice-gtk3
    no package requires libreoffice-gtk2
     > rpm --query --whatrecommends libreoffice-qt5 libreoffice-gnome libreoffice-gtk3 libreoffice-gtk2
    no package recommends libreoffice-qt5
    no package recommends libreoffice-gnome
    no package recommends libreoffice-gtk3
    no package recommends libreoffice-gtk2
     >
    In other words, “libreoffice-gtk3” requires “libreoffice-gnome” but, we can't remove “libreoffice-gnome” and therefore “libreoffice-gtk3” also because, KDE uses the Gtk3 libraries to paint the screen …

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