When I got the upgrade to version 184.108.40.206 of Libreoffice-bin, it fallbacks to a different UI rather than the GTK+2 one. I'm using MATE 1.14 with GTK+2 support.
I'll attach the belonging files then.
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A screenshot to show the UI that LO tries to use.
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The emerge --info
A workaround: built it with USE="gnome" enabled (despite not using GNOME), although previous versions didn't need it and it built with GTK+2 support as well.
(In reply to jorgicio from comment #0)
> When I got the upgrade to version 220.127.116.11 of Libreoffice-bin, it fallbacks
> to a different UI rather than the GTK+2 one. I'm using MATE 1.14 with GTK+2
> I'll attach the belonging files then.
> Reproducible: Always
Not a bug, but deliberate. People were complaining about the "unnecessary GTK+2 depdendency"... See bug 543328.
*** Bug 590250 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'm also using Mate desktop and facing the problem of libreoffice-bin not using the GTK+2 UI.
Although enabling the "gnome" use flags solves the problem it pulls a lot of unneeded dependencies (more than 90 new packages in my case).
Almost all of these dependencies are being pulled by gnome-extra/evolution-data-server so I modified the ebuild adding a "mate" use flag which gets the gnome enabled delta file and avoid the gnome-extra/evolution-data-server dependency.
So far I haven't noticed any problem for not having the evolution-data-serer package.
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libreoffice-bin-18.104.22.168.ebuild with mate use flag
I added the modified ebuild if anyone wants to get the gtk+2 UI without the gnome dependencies.
Well, I'm now trying MATE 1.14 with GTK+3. Tried libreoffice-bin, and it still uses a GTK+ 2.0 interface instead of GTK+-3.0. At least, put a gtk3-related support when available.