Indeed not! Co-incidentally I uncovered this and when I came back to the
report Olivier you've already guessed it.
$ apt search libreoffice-style
- office productivity suite -- Breeze symbol style
- office productivity suite -- Elementary symbol style
- office productivity suite -- Galaxy (Default) symbol style
- office productivity suite -- Hicontrast symbol style
- transitional package for Human symbol style
- Linux Mint theme for LibreOffice.org
- office productivity suite -- Oxygen symbol style
- office productivity suite -- Sifr symbol style
- office productivity suite -- Tango symbol style
I think the expectation here is that we would automatically get the full
suite of libreoffice-style packages via dependencies ... but that may
not be reality. Any reason why it can't be?
Trying to understand that technically, the main libreoffice package
suite doesn't "technically" depend on these style sub-packages; however
from an end-user perspective, it seems desirable to automatically
$ sudo apt install -y libreoffice-style-*
Not quite good:
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
libreoffice-style-mint : Conflicts: libreoffice-style-human but
1:6.0.0~rc3-0ubuntu0.16.04.1~lo7 is to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
On my _other_ system (mint) obviously the user would want to keep the
mint theme ...
What ended up working for me (which should be helpful to others in the interim)
$ for pkg in $(apt search libreoffice-style- -F %p | egrep -v "human|default");
do sudo apt install -y $pkg; done
** Changed in: libreoffice (Ubuntu)
Status: Incomplete => Confirmed
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