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On Sun, 22 Feb 2015 11:58:27 -0700 (MST)
V Stuart Foote <> wrote:


Short answer, not for the 4.4 branch--the change in UI functions as

But, it has been added as an Expert Configuration stanza for master
(with daily dev builds) and will be available with the 4.5 release
early August.

If you are interested, the UX issue in splitting the Sheet Tabs from
the scroll bars can be found in issue  tdf#36772
<>   and the
other side of the issue leading to implementation of a customization
in Expert Config in issue  tdf#87684
<>  .

Availability as  an Expert Config stanza is a bit misleading as there
is a substantial bit of code that can not now be back ported to 4.4
to change the UI there.

Meanwhile, perhaps have a go with a daily 4.5.0 dev build --

Thanks for the information. Sorry I took a while to respond but, for
once, I don't think it was my fault; I was unable to see the
fascinating conversations on bugzilla as it hasn't been accessible
until a few hours ago. 

Now that I can see the reason for the change, I'm less bothered by it
than I was before although it's not something that has ever affected
me, even though I've experimented with various different styles for
the application appearance. 

Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks.
OS: Linux: openSUSE Tumbleweed (64-bit); KDE 4.14.4; Kernel: 3.19.0

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