Friday, July 1, 2011

Tip: Change the startup screen of Openoffice.org and LibreOffice


This is a simple tip to change your startup screen of LibreOffice and Openoffice. Before I had written just for OpenOffice.org, but now we have both, so it is updated. Well, if you're interested, follow these steps:

In OpenOffice.org
  • Download your startup screen of Openoffice.org. I recommend this
  • Nautilus starts with administrator privileges. To do this open a terminal and type sudo nautilus
  • Navigate to the folder where you downloaded the theme and copy it. Now paste it without leaving the Nautilus as an administrator /usr/lib/openoffice/program/. Replace the file named openintro_ubuntu_sun.bmp the downloaded file
  • Done!

In LibreOffice
  • Here you can download 2 images. I recommend it
  • Nautilus starts with administrator privileges. To do this open a terminal and type sudo nautilus
  • Navigate to the folder where you downloaded the theme, unzip and copy the 2 files you have. Now paste it without leaving the Nautilus as an administrator / Usr / lib / LibreOffice / program /. Replace the files named intro and About the downloaded file
  • Then open a terminal and type again

sudo gedit /etc/libreoffice/sofficerc
And modify the parameters so that it is like this:
[Bootstrap]
HideEula=1
Logo=1
NativeProgress=true
ProgressBarColor=78,158,1
ProgressFrameColor=45,45,45
ProgressPosition=60,277
ProgressSize=320,6
Done

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