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Old 02-29-2016, 10:30 PM   #1
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LXer: LibreOffice Is Getting GTK3 Native Menus

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The LibreOffice developers are making some changes, and they are introducing GTK3 native menus for the office suite. It's safe to say that LibreOffice is the most used office suite on the Linux platform, and that means that it should be full GTK3 compatible, but that's not the case. Developers are only now making some changes that would make office suite much better looking in most Linux operating systems.



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