eLAIX with Linux
by Harry Boldt
Trying to install eLAIX in an Ubuntu environment might fail. The installation will be aborted. More by accident I found out, that the Gnome Tweak Tool, that is no longer included in Ubuntu 12.04 can be a solution. After I installed it with
sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool
I could install eLAIX without problems. If this doesn't help, you can download the original packages from the LibreOffice homepage, that should work in any case. With Ubuntu in a Virtualbox I had no problems to install eLAIX.
A problem, that almost occures in Linux distributions: After the installation of the extension and restart of LibreOffice, the new appearing eLAIX toolbar is showing texts instead of icons.
To change this, call Extras -> Options -> LibreOffice -> View and set the Icon size to small as well as Icons in menus to Show.
After Click on OK the eLAIX-Toolbar and menu should look like this: