The Window menu has no Minimize command.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click on the Window menu.
Observe that there is no Minimize command.
There should be a Minimize command in the Window menu. Particularly since the key equivalent Command+M does work to minimize the frontmost window.
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OS: Mac OS X (All)
OS is 64bit: no
Nik, thank you for reporting the bug. It's not clear to me,what you call "Window menu". Could you please add a screenshot? Thank you.
Created attachment 164217 [details]
Shows LibreOffice Window menu opened (in Write)
Shows the LibreOffice Window menu with a Write module document open. Compare to the screenshot from Preview, uploaded separately.
Created attachment 164218 [details]
Shows Preview app's Window menu
Shows the Window menu of Preview, a core macos app, and what it should contain.
I have added screenshots from LibreOffice and from Preview, a standard macos app showing what sorts of commands should be in a Window menu. Note that there's more wrong than just the lack of a Minimize command:
• On macos, Close Window belongs in the File menu, not the window menu (I didn't make up that rule, but there it is).
• Macos apps also usually have a Zoom command in the Window menu.
• They also usually have commands named Bring All to Front, and Arrange in Front.
• The New Window command in LibreOffice is ambiguous and sounds more like it will create a new document. What it actually does is open an additional window showing the current document. It might be good to have the command reflect that, as in "New Window for <document name>".
(The commands relating to tabs have to do with a feature LibreOffice does not have, and can be ignored.)
I hope this helps diagnose and resolve the problems.
Now I've got it (never used that menu). I think it's rather an enhancement request than a bug.
cc: Design-Team for decision
It needs minimise, zoom, tile to the left, tile to the right, move window to external/internal screen (if applicable), bring all to front... And if that day ever comes and LO has macOS tab capability built-in, the tab options as well.
An isn't this rather macOS specific? Other os/DE have the standard frame/window decorations that are the norm, including for macOS just suppressed there (so greater dependence on the main menu--which for macOS is more tightly bound to DE).
Guideline on macOS defines it (-> URL), we have to comply. Removing needsUX