Problem description: Several of the icons on the main panel and items in various menus are colored.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Install LibreOffice
2. Set theme to Sifr
3. Start any LibreOffice component (writer, impress, etc.)
New Documents icon is colored. So are some of the icons in the File menu.
All icons are monochromatic.
Operating System: Fedora
Version: 18.104.22.168 release
Also want to mention that I have this problem consistently on different Fedora 20 KDE installations.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 75256 ***
This is no duplicate of 75256, this is a different bug.
@sudhir: The Sifr icon theme is not complete at the moment, there are many icons which are not created at the moment. We are working for complete the icon-set (Bug#75256).
I see the colored "new document" behavior sometimes, also.
Two different bugs in my opinion.
Never independently confirmed by QA team - moving to UNCONFIRMED to make sure they see it. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
Joel, why was this never confirmed by QA member if Papamatti says "I see the colored "new document" behavior sometimes, also."
papamatti and sudhir: is this still happening with 4.4b1 on Linux?
NEW is the correct state. And I cannot reproduce but am on OSX 10.10.1.
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This bug is no longer valid in recent versions of LO. Comment 2’s duplicate resolution was correct, but whatever,