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First the mailing list does not support binary attachments, so the screen
shot is not available. (if you want to share those you need to push them up
to an on-line location and share the url)

As for the form controls, they have changed homes - some of the controls
that in earlier versions where on the 'More Controls' toolbar are now on
the 'Form Controls' toolbar.

I'm using Ubuntu 18.04 and Libo 6.1 RC3 from the tdf download, I'm having
no problem here working with check box controls on Base forms,

So, what might be different from your environment and mine - I'm using GTK2
not 3, what about you?


On Thu, Aug 9, 2018 at 12:28 PM Albrecht Dreß <>

Hi all,

after updating LibreOffice on a Debian stretch system to (build-ID
1:6.1.0~rc2-3~bpo9+1), all check boxes in data base forms are lost, and it
looks as if the icons for form controls toolbar are partly lost (see
attached screen shot, German locale, i.e. “Markierfeld” is the newly added
check box).

Furthermore, I see many messages like

(soffice:22104): Gdk-WARNING **: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

on the console – not sure if this is related.

Is this a “known” issue, for Debian at least?  Any idea how I can fix it?

Thanks in advance
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