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Hi all:

    You can modify the size of the icons of toolbars: Menu-Tools-Options-View-User Interface-Toolbar Icon Size (Automatic -default-, Small, Large and Extra Large).

    Beside, you can customize what icon function keep in the toolbars, and reduce it size if you eliminate some icons:

    Menu-Tools-Customize-Toolbars-"Standar bar" and "Formatting bar". There it is necessary to uncheck the functions icons that you don't want to keep in the toolbars.

    I hope this help,

Jorge Rodríguez

El 27/02/2018 a las 09:27, Virgil Arrington escribió:
On 02/27/2018 09:50 AM, wrote:
On Thursday, 22 February 2018 11:51:30 GMT wrote:
I am not sure if this is a bug or there is some adjustment I have missed. However, running LO6 in 
Mageia Linux, LO limits the minimum screen width. I cannot reduce Writer to less than about 60% of 
the screen width, while Calc will go down to a bit under half.

I feel a little silly, but I finally figured out what was happening. On my machine with 6.0 I added 
the Anaphareus extension which appears as an option on the main bar -- and the length of the bar 
determines the minimum width of the window.
I haven't followed every post on this thread, but is this behavior new
to LO 6? I find that, with my very old 5.1.6 on Linux Mint 18, I can
reduce the window size to anything I want and the toolbars just collapse
to fit my bidding.


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