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I installed recent LibreOffice version (4.0) but it looks so ugly in my KDE on Linux Mint, as shown in the following picture... how can I fix this issue?

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I took this installation instructions. – mbnoimi Feb 12 '13 at 22:26
@m0nhawk I see what you did there ^^ – Luis Alvarado Feb 12 '13 at 22:45
ask.libreoffice.org might also be useful. But try selecting a "Persona" (option Personalization from your snapshot). – carnendil Feb 12 '13 at 23:21
I know the answer to your question, if you post in the right place I can jump right on it. – RolandiXor Feb 13 '13 at 0:15
@Souta Mint built from ubuntu so this is not correct askubuntu include kubuntu so this is the right place for my question. – mbnoimi Feb 13 '13 at 1:23
up vote 1 down vote accepted

then typing: . Open the terminal,then typing the command line:

sudo mv /opt/libreoffice4.0/ure/lib/libstdc++.so.6 /opt/libreoffice4.0/ure/lib/libstdc++.so.6.old

and press enter.

. Open the libreoffice.

The answer from : https://www.bdjl.de/localhost/?tag=kde

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I know that this question was supposed to be off-topic. But anyway will still answer.

There is a package that will provide LibreOffice integration with KDE.

Type sudo apt-get install libreoffice-kde and that's it!

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This is not the right answer because libreoffice-kde is 3.6 version where version 4.0 is downloaded packages so they will not work – mbnoimi Feb 13 '13 at 1:22

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