I’m using the Deepin with a certain regularity in the last days, the system comes with the WPS Office by default, which is great, but WPS has a flaw, it can’t open files in free formats like LibreOffice does, besides, I like to work with LibreOffice for some things, so I ended up installing it on the system .
Installing LibreOffice on Deepin is not a problem, you can easily find it in the distro’s application center, however, it looks like Windows 98, nothing cool for those who care about design. This is due to a package that Deepin’s app center does not install together with the LibreOffice package. So just install this appearance pack to prevent the programs from looking like this:
The packages responsible for appearance are two, libreoffice-style-breeze, which brings you the Breeze icons, as in Ubuntu.
You can install via Synaptic easily (You can also find Synaptic in the App Center), or use the command:
sudo apt install libreoffice-style-breeze
The other package is the one that will change the appearance of the “textures” itself, which is actually the GTK theme of LibreOffice, you can install the package libreoffice-dde for that, or even the libreoffice-gtk.
You can also install packages through Synaptic, or use the commands:
sudo apt install libreoffice-dde
When you open LibreOffice again you will see the difference right away:
If you want, to change LibreOffice icons just go to the menu Tools >> Options >> View and change the icons for Breeze.
Now it will be more comfortable for you to use the Office suite, until next time!