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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

LibreOffice Color Scheme

Quick blurb about changing color schemes in LibreOffice. I typically use Google Docs for most things but for everything else, it's either Vim or LibreOffice. I prefer dark color schemes, as pure white ones can make my eyes hurt. But I've never been successful with changing or adjusting LibreOffice colors for long or very thoroughly.

While googling for some help, I found this solution:

Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Accessibility > Automatically detect high-contrast mode of the operating system 
In LibreOffice help it says: “High contrast is an operating system setting that changes the system color scheme to improve readability.” I just had to share this since it solved my problem.

 Be sure to also check "Use automatic font color for screen display."

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing.
    I don't use office software much and didn't know Libre had that option.