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Sorry, but I do not see sidebar originally. Is it only in 4.2.x or was it in 4.1.5?
Never noticed it before, even when I was testing 4.2.0/1

I will have to "play" with it and see if I want to keep it "active" or just not keep it active at all.

Have the developers and test people tried the sidebar with various color themes that is from the desktop/window theme options? It looks OK with my light[er] green color theme, but it could have some "hidden" icons that is not easily seen with the colored themes. I had to deal with that when I was creating some top/bottom themes for LO and Firefox. Plus some of those themes on the FF web site uses alternative font colors. I have not tested that yet to see if those font colors work now. I was told it was being worked on when the "LO theme" option was created.

Here is a link to my desktop screen clip.  Without the sidebar active.

Green is my color, as well as Linux Mint.

The "theme" is one of my own, but I have not switched to a green "theme", yet, to go with the rest of Mint's green theme.

On 03/20/2014 09:19 PM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
From: krackedpress
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2014 7:51 PM

Now the question - where is the "side bar" in LO?  I have latest non-RC
4.2.x and do not see a "side bar" anywhere.  Of course it could be a
long way off.

Open any component. Then View --> Sidebar. But, it can also be hidden, on right edge of screen, to 
right of vertical scroll bar there would be a 'Show' button vertically stretched along the edge.

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