I want Alt+Character hotkeys always to be underlined in LibreOffice under KDE (OpenSuse Leap 15.1).

I have configured the GUI theme with "Always show accelerators", but LibreOffice seems to ignore this setting.

I also tried changing "Gnome Application Style" to something other than "Breeze" and restarting LibreOffice, but it didn't seem to affect the applications at all*. Also, none of the styles available for GTK3 seem to support underlining accelerators (only oxygen-gtk for GTK2).



* Changing the GTK3 style and restarting LibreOffice now works after all. I don't know why it didn't work when I last tried.

  • Do you have libreoffice-kde5 or libreoffice-qt5 installed? – DK Bose Sep 7 '19 at 14:02
  • @DKBose zypper lists libreoffice-qt5 as installed and cannot find a package containing libreoffice-kde5. – kdb Sep 9 '19 at 9:00
  • What do you see in Help > About LibreOffice in the string after VCL? – DK Bose Sep 9 '19 at 9:30
  • @DKBose It says gtk3_kde5;. Which seems rather inconsistent with the package name, though I confirmed that the GUI reacts to changing the GTK3 theme. Unlike the KDE them however, the GTK3 themes don't have a configuration interface, where I can select "always show accelerators" for "Breeze", and the configuration for KDE "Breeze" isn't respected apparently. – kdb Sep 10 '19 at 7:59
  • What other related package does zypper list? Try having only libreoffice-qt5 installed. What happens then? – DK Bose Sep 10 '19 at 10:40

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