Giving LO another chance, and experimenting with toolbar placement on
the screen, basically moving them from the default horizontal position
at the top, to a vertical position the side.
Since you are running a 4.1 version why don't you try the Sidebar?
Go to Tools > Options > LibreOffice, Advanced and then on "Optional
(unstable) options" check the option "Enable experimental sidebar (on
Then you can simply disable the Formatting Toolbar because it's redundant ;)
Anyone know the reason(s) for replacing the actual field boxes that give
you the name of the style, font, and font size with nothing but an icon
when the toolbar is vertical? At least they could have a fly out box
that tells you what you're currently using rather than opening the
complete font dialogue.
There is no reason. It's a bug :) Maybe you can report it at
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