Give us the option to hide "Title bar" of LibreOffice like in Firefox and Chrome. (This is not about "Fullscreen")

No recently, the full-screen problem has been solved, I am not talking about “fullscreen” anymore as mentioned in the question above. Not its not even a bug to file something, There is literally no option given to hide “title bar”. Are u sure, u r getting my point? @Ratslinger

There are still problems with Full screen. No options to hide title bar. You can blank out the wording with macro coding but the bar is still there but you apparently want to HIDE the title bar.

if u talking about Ubuntu, fullscreen is solved in mine (18.10 which is latest stable build) by the recent update. I didn’t know what u mean by “You can blank out the wording with macro coding but the bar is still there but you apparently want to HIDE the title bar.” I really hope, u know what i am really like really talking about. And that a “feature-request” because there is no option for it. There is no argument in this.

Remove text but space is not reclaimed. And yes - “feature-request” is still done through Bugzilla. This is noted on the main Ask page in right column (Resources) under How to use the Ask site

Let me be clear here, r u saying requesting feature doesn’t work on this site?

@Pranav I thought that was very clear in my last comment. Bugzilla is where you submit feature enhancements. Most people here answering questions are LO users just like you with possibly a bit more experience using the software.

In the menu, switch to View>Full Screen (Ctrl+Switch+J).

Even if i go full screen, i still have this: Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Edit your question and upload your image there.

done that @Hrbrgr

Which OS do you use?

@Hrbrgr Ubuntu 18.10

I use Windows. I hope it will soon be someone who uses ubuntu.

LO full screen on Ubuntu based systems is very buggy. LO v6.1.4.2 in full screen works without titles only with BOTH rulers on. Various conditions if run in safe mode (not helpful). Other problems exist such as Ctrl-F (Find) doesn’t work on Ubuntu 18.04 but will, under certain conditions, work in Mint 18.3.

Best to file Bug report for your problem → Bugzilla

I use devilspie for this. Works fine on Manjaro Linux or Debian. Should work on any linux distro IMO.

my devilspie rule looks like the following:

( if 
( begin 
    ( contains ( application_name ) "LibreOffice" )
( begin 
    ( undecorate )
    ( maximize )
    ( maximize_vertically )
    ( maximize_horizontally )
    ( println "match" )


Give us the option to enable “Title bar” of LibreOffce like in Firefox. I didn’t find a way to disable or enable the title bar. Where is it?

If you have an enhancement request, you are wrong here (and this has already been stated within this post). You don’t seem to know that the audience of this forum is mainly users of LibreOffice and not developers.

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You are right. Is there a Github or Gitlab link of this project where I can open an issue, just like I opened for GIMP a few days ago?

This project uses this bug tracker.

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There is a possibility, but not really satisfying. “View/User Interface/Tabbed”. Then the title appears. At the left area is a symbol named ‘menu bar’ with a green bar/row and an violet down-arrow now. You can toggle between title or menu in the title-area then.

This symbol is addable in “View/User Interface/Standard Toolbar”, but then without the menu bar it will be necessary to build an own menu bar with ‘tools/customize …’ for easy working.