UI: Shape background color depends on template
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Impress with DNA template
2. Insert a call out or any other shape -> Light blue
3. Open a empty Impress sheet -> insert a shape
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Is this intended?
(In reply to Telesto from comment #2)
> Is this intended?
If not, shall we change it? Could be a handy.
(In reply to Telesto from comment #0)
> UI: Shape background color depends on template
> Steps to Reproduce:
> 3. Open a empty Impress sheet -> insert a shape
New presentation file you mean?
In any case, for me, in whatever presentation (blanc or template based) I insert a shape, it has the same color.
I would seem an advantage for me if that can be tweaked with the template.
But that seems opposite to your report ?? :)
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I can't reproduce. Maybe I'm doing something false?
My shape styles only depends on the open file itself, not on any other open file.
Shapes with DNA template show a very light blue fill color.
Shapes on empty presentation files show a blue fill color called "Light blue 2".
I don't see any difference in actual and expected results.
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To my knowledge it's the only place where the color picker adopt to the loaded document/template. If we want to make it consistent we either have to keep the default blue in Impress or do the same for font/background color in Writer. I prefer the simple solution of a static color.