I'm using the Dark Theme of the Debian 9 with KDE Plasma 5.8.6, but when I open the Libre Office, this is what I see: enter image description here I think this gradient is very ugly, so I want to change for a solid color, or for another theme that matches with the system.

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    Look at Tools Options LibreOffice Personalization in the menu
    – ctac_
    Jul 28 '18 at 16:22
  • I already tried that, but I didn't find the settings to change the color of the toolbar. I found the options to change the icons and menus, but not to change the color.
    – Joao Lucas
    Jul 28 '18 at 16:26
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    You can't do that. The WM is responsible for that. You can set only one theme so you must change it.
    – ctac_
    Jul 28 '18 at 16:43
  • I found a way, check my answer.
    – Joao Lucas
    Jul 28 '18 at 21:37

I found a way to do this look better.

First, I had to install libreoffice-breeze-icons at the Libre Office and set this as the icon theme on Tools > Options > LibreOffice > View > Icon style.

The program will be looking like this: enter image description here

Then, I needed go to Tools > LibreOffice > Options > Accessibility and check the box Automatically detect high contrast mode of operating system.

Now, the program is like this: enter image description here

I found the icon pack in a post on Reddit, and this video helped me to install it at Libre Office.

  • Actually, this causes a problem with the other colors of the program. I'm searching for another way to do this in the moment.
    – Joao Lucas
    Jul 29 '18 at 2:49

It's a little bit funny, but the best way to fix the problem with the dark theme is just update the LibreOffice.

This is a print screen of the Writer after I updated it to the 6.0.6 version.

enter image description here

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