On 12/05/2011 09:41 AM, Paul Hartman wrote:
On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 8:36 AM, Albert W. Hopkins
IIRC, libreoffice was released with *experimental* support for gtk3, and
have acknowledged that there are issues with the gtk3 port. However
Gentoo decided to enable gtk3 support by default. However it *should*
work as expected when built against gtk2.
Looks like the ebuild has been updated and now has -gtk3 by default.
Yes, I just finished rebuilding it and all the painting problems are gone.
No hacking needed
Just be aware that some settings may get reset to default values and you
need to look in the various preferences menus or toolbar settings to get
back your favorite look and feel. Not a big deal as long as you know
what to do about it. All of my usual settings are still available but
I had to re-enable them before I was sure they weren't removed or broken.