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Is there any way to remove individual items from the typography toolbar? The
normal Customize Toolbars command doesn't list it. I'm using LibreOffice on 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 by the way.

There are two reasons I would like to trim it down.

The first, and most important, is that the Graphite implementation of
LibreOffice is incomplete - in itself not a big problem, but will cause a
system lockup if a feature like "name" is inadvertantly clicked.

The second is simply that I don't anticipate ever using some of the features
and would like to reclaim the space.

The Alternative Search toolbar is also missing from the Customize Toolbars
menu, but since that only has one item, isn't a big issue, although it would
be nice to just move that item on to the regular tool bar where the normal
search and replace are located.

Is this code I can hack myself? If so, where is it located?

Any help would be appreciated.

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