> Regarding the icons, most debs - if not all - use the free desktop
> spec. And it works very well with Humanity icon set (which inherits
> hicolor in it's index) 99% of the apps work with relative icon paths,
> even if they are snaps. (this is just a user impression, I got no
> deeper understanding of how this works)

The Humanity icon set doesn't have icons for libreoffice. So if you uninstall 
the libreoffice debs and install the snap, Icon=libreoffice-writer will get you 
the only icon available on the system, which will be the hicolor one.
In general, snaps need to ship all the resources they need, they shouldn't rely 
on the host system providing icons for them.

** Summary changed:

- [snap] Libreoffice uses the adwaita gtk theme and direct path to icon
+ [snap] Libreoffice uses the adwaita gtk theme

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  [snap] Libreoffice uses the adwaita gtk theme

Status in libreoffice package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Ubuntu 17.10

  Installed the snap via

  sudo snap install libreoffice --candidate


  Libreoffice 6 snap uses adwaita gtk

  Libreoffice 6 snap uses a hard path to the icon instead of the
  freedesktop spec

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