1. Tools - Options - Writer - General: Measurement unit: Inch
Observe the dimensions around the preview box displayed in millimeters.
3.3 did not yet display the dimensions in the preview.
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Still present in
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But I don't think this is the right way to think about this because the measurement unit is set in the Writer options. However the print dialog is the same in all applications not only Writer. There should be a LibreOffice options measurement unit setting if the print dialog shall show a specific measuring unit.
Besides that, all measurement unit settings will be ignored in the Writer options. The print dialog always shows millimeters.
Adding needsUXEval to discuss this.
Printer settings depend on the locale, in my case German = millimeter. Having one for all measurement setting as of bug 40656 could solve the problem. So make this one a duplicate?
See also bug 78916 about printer settings being different to page settings.
I support to make this bug a duplicate of bug 40656 as this cannot be solved otherwise.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 40656 ***