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I have to say I'm surprised it did show version 3.4, as I can not really 
imagine that was the most recent version when this system was installed 
fully from scratch, where I'm convinced I just downloaded the most recent 
version for every program installed.

Only this week the system did come up with the notification of a new 
version, which I did have the system install.
After that I did notice the changed tool bar.
The info showing Build 402, where I indeed did see the notification the new 
version was 4 something, I did think as out of expectance, but then did put 
me off guard.
So, no idea what happened with the upgrade.
I'll just manually download the most recent version and make sure I install 
that one.

I had not moved anything in the tool bar, as until I did run the 'upgrade' 
the whole look was perfectly OK.

Tnx, Angela

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Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2013 9:59 AM
Subject: Re: Tool Bar Icons...




Hi Angela


Angela wrote
I've just recently upgraded LibreOffice on the EeePC 900 to LibreOffice
3.4.4 OOO340m1 (Build:402).
However, I now have the lower button bar that has most of the icons, like
Bold, Italic, Underline, etc. that with the updated looks of the tool bar
have become at about unreadable....

You should indeed update to version 3.6.6 to get the most stable and
compatible version (unless there is some regression which blocks your 
work,
in which case you should report it)

The toolbar in your screenshot is the High Contrast style which is not the
default.  You can change that in Tools, Options, LibreOffice, View, Icon
Size and Style.

In addition, to the left of the Formatting toolbar you have the Navigation
toolbar which is increasing the width (and is not open by default). If you
move it to the upper row or hide it (in View, Toolbars, Navigation) you 
can
reduce the width to 800 pixels without hiding any buttons (which makes it
usable even in the smaller eeePC 701 ;) )

Hope this helps!



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