I use the Breeze Dark theme in KDE, and the problem is that LibreOffice uses these flat, dark coloured icons for things like the save button, which means I can barely see any of them. How do I change the icon colours to something more compatible with dark mode?

@AgreeableLandscape
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Solved! It’s Main menu bar > Tools > Options > View > Icon Style

@SirLotsaLocks
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yeah I put up with it being near unusable for months till I figured that one out. Felt a bit dumb after that.

@nebious@lemmy.ca
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I just joined and this garnered my first upvote. Thanks for the tip

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