It looks as if the lc_framelinecolor.png icon in Galaxy has changed how the line color is displayed underneath from a square to the bottom right to a line underneath' but the icon has not caught up =) that leaves rather an odd dis-connect.
Created attachment 122576 [details]
a picture of the same.
Kendy - any idea who did that UX tweak ? =)
I don't think this was anything recent, actually :-)
Jay: Please who could fix the icon? Can you assign accordingly? Thank you!
[icon-themes/galaxy/cmd/lc_framelinecolor.png is the one in question]
Created attachment 122691 [details]
square color indicator
So i did some testing of older versions and see that the border color icon used to have a square rather than a rectangle for its color indication and it last worked correctly in this manner in 4.0 and then was broken in 4.1 and in 4.2 it remained broken but was changed to the current rectangle and in 4.3 the broken behaviour was fixed.
The simple solution is to duplicate the border style icon (lc_setborderstyle) in galaxy with it.
(In reply to Michael Meeks from comment #2)
> any idea who did that UX tweak ? =)
https://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?id=15f79efe1522389d52d068d620beaa268aaebdeb (see the commit message of this one)
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