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Old 06-08-2016, 09:56 PM   #1
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libreoffice impress, invisible character when dark background is applied.


Hya,

To whom it may concern.

System Libreoffice 5.1.3.2 on debian stretch x86_64

When problem happens With impress, apply background dark solid color (from format Page/Slide tab). Character color is "automatic" (Format -> character -> font effects -> font color).

Problem Characters typed in will be in white on white background. (invisible!)

Workaround Go to "Highlighting" tab (Format menu -> character ->) then select "no Fill".

Closing remark Have a nice Penguin! Any comments, feedback will be appreciated.
 
  


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