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On 04/26/2013 05:32 AM, NoOp wrote:
On 04/25/2013 12:52 PM, david wrote:
What I mean is a full screen view WITHOUT THE FULLSCREEN TOOLBAR (the
silly little thing that contains only a button to exit full screen
mode). That toolbar always appears in full screen mode and it's the ONLY
toolbar that appears in fullscreen mode.

In 3.6, I had it hidden, there are a number of Google search results
that explain what to change in 3.6's registrymodifications.xcu file to
make it disappear. v4 doesn't seem to have that file anymore, and
changes to the 3.6 version in .libreoffice/3 don't make a difference in 4.

So no solution to the above for LibreOffice 4? It can't do something
that WordPerfect has done for over 10 years, and MS Word can do? That
LO3.6 could do with a bit of configuration file editing?



$ locate registrymodifications.xcu

oor:name="Visible" oor:op="fuse"><value>true</value></prop></item>

Suggest that you refile a new bug report & ref this:
I show the issue on both linux and Windows versions of LO (including the
'Find' toolbar remaining visible):
Version (Build ID: 4c82dcdd6efcd48b1d8bba66bfe1989deee49c3)

BTW, I need to update my bug report. It works in 32-bit LO. Not in 64-bit.

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