Thanks to all who have responded, but let me see if I can clarify and add to what I havve learned.
1. The limiting factor is the menu bar (File, Edit, View . . .) where there are no icons. What is
worse, I have a Spanish interface which makes some of the items (words only) longer. I have seen
no way to change the size of the font on the bar, nor is it possible to hide the menu bar,
although there is a work around to create a macro to do so mentioned in LO and OO fora.
2. The Anaphraseus extension is added to the menu bar, not a tool bar.
3. The problem does affect LO 18.104.22.168 which I have on the computer from which I am responding.
It did not bother me there because I have yet to add that extension there. However, minimum
sizing IS affected by the space required for the menu bar. (As a parenthetical comment, when I
work quikly, I can resize the window smaller UNTIL the menu bar loads. I offer this in case
someone wants to test on an affected installation.)
4. This is NOT a problem in the Windows version of 6.0. Sizing the window smaller simply
progressively hides the menu bar.
5. Although LO has always been GTK based in Linux, I am not sure if it now has a Qt interface to
integrate better with KDE/Plasma which may not be affected, hence my addition of GTK to the
subject line. (Input here welcome!)
6. MOST IMPORTANT: Now that I understand better what is going on, Tomorrow, I will recheck LO's
Bugzilla for existing bugs and if none is reported, will report this. I will also report the bug
number to this list, in this thread so that others can see and add to it.
Again, many thanks for the help on this matter.
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