Libreoffice does not honour kde theme

I’ve been looking at Neon for a couple of days, and have noticed that Libreoffice does not honour the kde theme selected. All that can be changed is the icon set and background colour of the tabs. This doesn’t happen in Mint (also Ubuntu based) with Gnome desktop, or Fedora with KDE Plasma desktop. In both of those Libreoffice looks the same as all the other programs as it honours the KDE theme settings. Is there a way to get Neon to do the same?
The look of Libreoffice on Neon is seriously awful, it looks like Windows 95, or even XP.

Did you installed the integration packages for KDE (libreoffice-kde5/-kf5/-plasma/-qt5) ?

Did you check LO settings → View → Theme?

My looks pretty good

Also check Plasma System Settings > Appearance > Application Style > Configure GNOME/GTK Application Style…

Install install kde-gtk-config and breeze-gtk.

You may want to read this

Thank you @raphaeria. I installed the package and now Writer behaves correctly.

Thank you very much. :wink:

Hello there, may I know how to do the same if I installed LibreOffice through Flathub?

I found that libreoffice looked different (different-bad, not -good) after the upgrade from plasma 5 to plasma 6. Possible reason is that there hasn’t been any Libreoffice kde integration package for plasma 6 been released yet. The integration packages are for plasma 5 like libreoffice-kf5 libreoffice-qt5 libreoffice-kde5
Has anyone been able to make libreoffice look decent with plasma6?

If you are using Libreoffice from PPA, then yes, libreoffice-qt6 exists since ubuntu 23.10 and in the current one the best looking integration for kde is using libreoffice-gtk3.
I downloaded the 24.2.1 version from Libreoffice itself (deb packages) and it integrates with Plasma 6 quite ok.

Thanks for the info, libreoffice-gtk3 does look a bit better.
I don’t find libreoffice-qt6 in the repo. I’m running KDE Neon which is based on Ubuntu LTS which is at 22.04 or at least my repos still say Debian-Jammy