LibreOffice 7.0 will get new bullet imges. Hope you like them. In general you can use whatever image you like, want or find from the internet, so in the Bullet image dialog there are the following examples:
Jun Nogata help the LibreOffice community with new Fontwork. And now it’s ready to be in use.
It’s already in master. As not all great Artwork landed in master, I will offer an extension for additional Fontwork stuff.
A lot of work going on this days. If you like my work become a
For the LibreOffice 7.0 release I work on galleries. One which is ready for testers is a new/updated arrows gallery.
You can test the arrow gallery by install the extension (upload to the extension page was done. Pending for the review.)
Finally LibreOffice image compression did what you expect. Shrink your image or the impress presentation and don’t destroy your pictures.
Old default settings were 90 for JPEG Quality and reduce image resolution to 96 DPI.
New settings are 80 for JPEG Quality and reduce image resolution to 300 DPI. It frustrate me for long time that with 96 DPI all images that will be compressed with LibreOffice are blurred and didn’t fit in any case. After write Bug 128658 and nobody fixed the bug for me, I fixed it myself with 7 lines of code 🙂
The best bug report are the reports you can fix yourself. Be proud of yourself fill bug reports and fix them yourself.
I add an additional item on my (very long) todo list:
- Update LibreOffice Dialogs
One Dialog is finished AutoCorrect tdf#127773 (left 6.3, right 6.4)
In addition to an better placement the Word Completion Tab should be now easier to understood.
If you think nothing happens in LibreOffice, that’s not true. I for example prepair some new Templates and Galleries for LibreOffice.
If you are interested, join the LibreOffice Design Team.