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[libreoffice-design] Re: Experimental new LibreOffice UI


steveedmonds wrote
> I assume the panel can be docked left or right. We were just discussing
> at work yesterday how the MS ribbon wastes so much space and it should
> be down the side.

Indeed it can. You just need to drag it to the opposite side (as you can
with all LO and AOO toolbars)

I couldn't agree more about using the ribbon (or any horizontal space
waster) when most monitors now have a 16:9 aspect ratio or similar (i.e.
getting wider and shorter when compared to the old 4:3 format). This is
particularly important in small monitors such as 10" netbooks where vertical
space is absurdly limited (600 pixels!).

I hope the screenshot in my previous post provides food for thought ;)

Cheers,
Pedro



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Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: Experimental new LibreOffice UI"Mirek M." <mazelm@gmail.com>
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