Created attachment 50626 [details]
Cut off icon
In Ubuntu, the navigation button icon does not scale. The button is on the bottom-right corner of the window, in the middle of the two "double arrows". Should be a little circle, but it doesn't fit.
See the attached image.
This was confirmed on my eeePc not sure if that causes scroll bars to be thinner than normal.
NOT reproducible with "LibreOffice 3.4.3 RC2 - WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) German UI [OOO340m1 (Build:302)]".
Related to Dinux, Distro, Theme?
What Theme from menu 'Tools -> Options -> LibO -> View - UI - Icon style' do you use?
No this does not affect windows, the issue is Ubuntu (Unity Desktop) has very thin scroll bars.
The Icon Size ans Style are set to. Automatic and Automatic (Human)
Did you select the originel Version accidently? Please keep in mind
not reproducible with LO 126.96.36.199 (Win7 Home, 64bit)
Does this issue still persist for you in Linux with the latest release of LO?
Yes its still an issue in LO 4
version field reflect the FIRST version with the issue ...
The width of the scrollbar is dependent on the OS and theme used. So we decided to remove the navigator buttons from there for LibreOffice 4.3: http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?id=3e8fe4d8e19be2ccd8f5bb898530e2f615a90321
(In reply to comment #7)
> The width of the scrollbar is dependent on the OS and theme used. So we
> decided to remove the navigator buttons from there for LibreOffice 4.3:
This is a decision too drastic, it has to be revised. Removing, or moving in hidden places, useful features is always a bad idea.
Now I can't navigate my document page by page, easily with the mouse, unless I keep permanently open the find-bar, which has nothing to do with usual document navigation and takes useless room since many users use it very rarely.
The issue reported in the screenshot is by far minor and could be solved by using smaller icon(s) (at the end it's a simple circle), or, at a certain point, by ignoring themes that have severe restrictions because if someone create a theme that doesn't allow to put a 7x7 pixels size icon inside a scroolbar, well, this is not LibreOffice's fault.