Change Splash LibreOffice and Gimp

[color=#0000CD]To add a picture of these is simple, here are the steps:
First we save on your computer, right click on which they like and save it in your Home or Personal Portfolio

[size=medium]To change the splash LibreOffice:[/size]

First make a backup of the default splash (green) with this command:[/color]

sudo mv /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/intro.png /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/intro.png.back

[color=#0000CD]Then rename the custom splash to intro.png and move with the following command:[/color]

sudo mv intro.png /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/

[color=#0000CD][size=medium]To change the splash Gimp:[/size]

Suppose stored in the Home, will be in ~ / gimp-splash.png not?. Let’s open a terminal and put in it:[/color]

sudo cp ~/gimp-splash.png /usr/share/gimp/2.0/images/gimp-splash.png

[color=#0000CD]We asked for your password and go.
This would be it. That is, the idea is to copy the image you have in your home and replace with this splash of Gimp, located in / usr/share/gimp/2.0/images / gimp-named splash.png
This will change the splash of an application is common in Linux, other applications like Choqok, LibreOffice, Amarok, Clementine and K3B (among others) also allow us to change the image of ‘loading’ or ‘loading’, one of the many amenities we have to use free, open systems.[/color]

These look really nice and more consistent with the blue Netrunner/Kubuntu theme!
We may use something like that for future versions :slight_smile: