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Neat tips!!!!!!!! Thank you Tom!!!!!!!! Works in Ubuntu 12.04.

On 06/22/2012 04:52 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
If you can't grab the edge of the window/console then it is probably either maximised or even 

To full-screen or un-full-screen in *buntu and family just press F11

To unmaximise double-click any empty space on the title-bar. The title-bar is that strange strip above the menus (above File, Edit, View ... Help). Then grab&drag the title-bar down the screen a bit and then grab the edges and move them in a bit. Hmm, Xubuntu is sophisticated enough that you probably don't even have to unmaximise. Just grab that title-bar and drag it down. Most Gnu&Linux probably allow that tbh.
Good luck and regards from
Tom :)

--- On Fri, 22/6/12, Sandy Harris<>  wrote:

From: Sandy Harris<>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Changes oddity
Date: Friday, 22 June, 2012, 6:57

My work involves editing other people's writing, so I often use the
track changes features. Mostly, they work fine.

However, the window that opens for Changes->accept/reject has
gone to full screen and I cannot get it back so that I can see the
text in order to decide on what to do with changes. It covers the
whole text window.

Shutting down L-O and restarting, even with a different
document, does not change this. Nor does rebooting.
There is nor - sign on the accept/reject window to reduce
its size. Trying to grab the edge of the window with the
mouse does not work. A quick search of the online
documentation did not give a solution.

Environment is Xubuntu 12.04, updated regularly.
Build ID: 350m1(Build:2)



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