Does anyone know how (if possible) to prevent LibreOffice from using the KDE theme the rest of the apps are using? I like my KDE theme but it’s a bit on the dark side. It’s fine for Dolphin and KMail and stuff but it is not very suitable for LibreOffice. I would like to use LO with it’s default colors, if possible.
Thanks for the quick answer. However, I was referring to the color theme the whole of LibreOffice is using (the toolbar colors, the button backgrounds etc…). The dialog box colors I don’t mind, since I chose my KDE theme because it is easier on the eyes. Unfortunately, this means that I cannot tell when a button is pressed or not in Libreoffce.
I used this solution as well with OpenSUSE 11.3 and OpenOffice 3.3, but it doesn’t seen to work with 11.4 and LibreOffice 3.3.2. The environment variable OOO_FORCE_DESKTOP=gnome is set but nothing changes. Maybe the guys at LibreOffice changed the name of the variable the program searches for? Any other ideas? SeanMc98, have you actually seen this work with LibreOffice as well?
Thanks for the suggestion, RGBsuse. Unfortunately, it didn’t work. I made sure no LibreOffice KDE packages were installed, checked that the files were renamed successfully, yet the program still uses my KDE theme for toolbar and button coloring. Perhaps there are other steps involved? Did this work for your system?
The renamed libraries are the only kde plug-ins used by LibO: if you remove them, LibO will use the gtk plugin. But if you use a theme that apply to both, qt and gtk apps (like qtcurve) kde color scheme will be applied.
Thanks for the help, RGBsuse. Renaming the libraries didn’t do anything for me, but your suggestion concerning the GTK theme pointed me in the right direction. I installed a few additional GTK themes and finally found one (Oxygen-Molecule) that was close to the default scheme used by LibreOffice. Now only the tooltips have strange colors but I don’t mind that much.